Sonas Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... was an age of intense religious debate and radical politics. Both contributed to a bloody civil war in the mid-seventeenth century between Crown and Parliament (the Cavaliers and the Roundheads), resulting in a parliamentary victory for Oliver Cromwell and the dramatic execution of King Charles I. There was a short-lived republic, the first time that the country had experienced such an event. ...
... pass...it turns out to be fine but really not needed I think. The castle lies in front of us, exterior walls complete, the interior except for one house has been gutted. A huge and interesting history, it was here that Anne Boelyn and Catherine Howard lived before their heads were chopped off. Betrayed and used as commodities for their uncles power they were pawns in a nasty game. Queen Mary left from here to be crowned and being only 2 hours from london it ...
... toss it or give it to someone else, you keep it.
Small note: originally I was going to go to Stockholm then to Berlin, then west from there. I changed my itinerary because I thought Stockholm was going to be really cold, and i wanted to see more of the UK (before I was only going to do London), and I wanted to see Italy, which didn't interest me until I read more about the Roman Empire. So if you're wondering why I'm here and not in Sweden, that's ...
Today has been a quiet but busy day, we headed out to see Julie's brother family. A great chance to meet the family, have a chat and for.Julie to catch and share everything that has been happening. We then headed off to get a few things from the supermarket then to see a friend of ...
... br> My first time in Wales - beautiful coastal scenery.
Feeling refreshed we went through Birkenhead and stopped at an old Unit i served in and then onto Liverpool taking in a few sights before we headed back on the motorway and heading to Scotland. We had lunch at the famous Tebay services and sunbathed for an hour as the sun was splitting the trees.We were stopping at the "Sumner Palace" tonight and we were ...