SACO Bristol - Victoria Street
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A lovely summer day today so we decided to make the most of it. We drove to Bibury via Cirencester and parked near the church. This church has been in use for over a thousand years, the grounds are beautifully kept with lovely roses lining the path. Inside it is very simple but an unusual design, the altar cloth is very impressive. From here we walked back to the town, the river is the border between Bibury and Arlington. We went ...
Today we went into Bath and although we had been here several times before it was still a pleasure to look around. We drove to the park and ride as usual which is very handy and then walked down to the shopping centre. Didn't buy much but had a nice lunch. There were several buskers and this statue figure had us baffled for a while. It was very cold today compared to our time ...
... and behaving like a child...you begin to take responsibility for your surroundings..cleaning, cooking, organising bills, these are all really important life skills which school and university simply doesn't prepare you for.
I am so glad that I did not go travelling then because now I know this is the perfect time. The universe provides exactly what we need at any given moment. I now have the wonderful Jon ...
... protest we weren't allowed to pay. We took to foot from here. We needed to drop in to europcar. There was a great hill to walk up if you've just had a huge breakfast. Ha. We made our way up the hill into the rental place out ( numpties in there couldn't help) and keep on goin up all the way to the suspension bridge past a couple of monuments, the universities and Pubs of course... Sharpie shared some of her local knowledge of the city like about the river and about how fast the ...
... from "The Move".
The Pier we remember was built in 1904 and schelduled to be 2.4 klm long, and I believe was the longest pier in Britain. The pavilion at the e4nd of the pier burnt down in 2008 and was rebuilt in 2010.
We walked to the end and had a long walk around the end, which I don't suppose was 5 k's but having walked from the carpark and done the pier I almost earned a pork
We went down via the M5, but came home on the A370 ...