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We arrived in Southampton for our night in the Premier Inn, with one more suitcase than last year, but same weight, so hopefully we won't have that label "Heavy "stuck on them!, our last minute shopping included a toothbrush for David. We missed the rain and settled into the bar before having a lovely meal. It was an early turn in as being driven here as passengers takes it out of you.!!! Today the weather was grim, but by the time the taxi came, ...
... beautiful, especially with the cathedral as a backdrop. It’s amazing how old this place is and how great of shape it’s in today. Bath is a destination on its own – a nice town to spend a weekend. But like any place, it’d be better with fewer tourists!
Our last stop was Stonehenge, a very beautiful hour drive from Bath. Once we arrived to the visitors’ center, we boarded a tram (being pulled by a tractor – almost felt like a ...
... Park. I rather
miss the gardens in Kent.
On the way home Allen wanted to go through Shaftesbury. What a great idea! It is a lovely medieval town that shows up
in several of Thomas Hardy’s books. It
is built on a hill (Down) with views of the farms below. We wondered about and took in the views. One street called Gold Street is the steepest
street in Britain – walking only ...