Overtown Manor Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... dense, sticky sweet granola bar. Not really my thing. Would much rather have had Spotted Dick or Victoria Sponge for tea.
We stopped in a small town at a farm shop. There are quite a few of them in this agricultural county and we wanted to see what kind of local stuff they carried. Lots of fresh fruit and veggies, of course, but also tons of preserves, pickled everything and ...
... as you descend into the Saloon, you feel like royalty.
We wanted to go downstairs to see the Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen. It turns out that all those “downstairs” scenes are shot on a soundstage at the Ealing Studios in West London.
But we did go downstairs to where the servants at Highclere Castle must have worked. It looked somewhat similar to the Downton Abbey’s portrayal. But at the end of a ...
... sitting in the garden out the back before going over the road to check out the ground at Broad Halfpenny Downs. From there its a 5 minute drive to the ground at Hambledon Cricket Club and we have a look at the ground where we will play our first tour match on Sunday.
We found a couple of cricket balls lying around so - boys will be boys - we have a few throws and catches. Hopping back in the car we ...
... quality magnifying glass. When I'd done with one set, I told the young woman who was handling them, and she'd take them away and bring out three more - or turn them over, if there was a verso drawing. It was the most remarkable experience, seated up there in the lovely light with four professional archivists all hard at work, archiving or whatever it is that archivists do, and just drinking in those glorious works with no time pressure or feeling you ...
... And the door with the carving that inspired C.S.Lewis's Narnia. We ended up at the tucked away ancient pub down a lane, The Turf Tavern, where Bob Hawke did his famous Guiness book of records 11-sec drinking of a yard of ale. We settled for a pint each, drinking it slowly.