Twelfth Night Guest House
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... There is also a yacht club, but not many were out today. Swimming isn't allowed. The reservoir covers a surface area of 72 acres, and holds 204.6 million gallons.
We returned home for me to do washing, Sue finish mowing lawn etc.
Just as we were considering the evening meal Vanessa, next door neighbour came and invited us to enjoy a drink with her and husband Martin in their back garden, which we did, then returned home for our meal.
... the cricket ones are out of sequence and I'm not sure how to change them, sorry)
And another middle of nowhere cricket ground but with sight screens and covers the envy of many clubs.
Did someone mention golf? At the Cleeve Hill Golf Club walkers get right of way. The course is littered with walkers as numerous trails cross here and there are heaps of walkers, dog walkers and trail bike riders and the few golfers are certainly outnumbered.
The ultimate irony belongs to ...
... metal 'staple' looking bits? I'm going soft, these are easy today.
4. What is the pence value of each of these 6 coins? A bonus point will be given if you can give the pence value for the total coins. (Neil and Sarah and UK residents can only have half a bonus point for a correct answer) answers must be from left hand side to right hand side coins.
See you soon, good quizzing.
... A guided tour through Shakespeare's house, workplace & town after which were given free time till we were allowed to check into our hotel at 4.30pm. A rest & feet up was a welcomed relief before our welcome drink & dinner at 7pm. After dinner a game of euchre which I won. Enjoying our games especially when I win (which isn't very often). ...
... times in everyplace we've visited so far has been moments like this, melting into the crowds and experiencing the everyday LIFE of the place. I enjoyed it so much I had to hustle back to the bus!
Next, we were off to Oxford. Another venerable city of massive stone buildings and cobbled streets, we entered the center of hundreds of years of education and learning. The streets were packed with tourists and students on summer ...