The Bath House Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... once did we run out of things to say! Mind you,we tend to repeat things over and over...you know how it is?
So,back in Stroud today and what a glorious day it is. The daffodils have appeared all over the place and blossoms are budding - in fact this afternoon I heard the chimes of the ice cream van in the street
I have guests for dinner this evening. ...
... early start for Note and we felt it would be out of the question but we also knew it would upset Note if we tried to refuse. She messaged back, ignoring our refusal, saying that she would be collecting us and, after much deliberation, we very gratefully accepted.Packed and ready to leave at 2 minutes to seven we hugged Jamie our goodbyes in his flat (saves me getting too emotional) and staggered out of the lift just as Note was entering the foyer. ...
without explaining what they were – I naturally kicked up and demanded a full
explanation of exactly what tests – turns out they wanted to swab it for
explosives!! Never asked me to remove my walking boots mind!?
The last leg back to London was on Lufthansa so I took full
advantage on the one hour flight, managing to ...
... and she just wanted to go and see Trees so we finished up and got back in the car for the drive to Woking. It was a 2hr trip so we had a rest until we got to Stonehenge. Unfortunately it was closed so we only got to see it from the highway. It just looked like a bunch of old rocks!
We arrived at Trees' place just after 7pm and had a roast chicken for dinner. We then chatted, watched TV and finally got to bed about ...
... whose lure was the ruins of a fourteenth-century castle. Besieged by Cromwell’s army, much of the castle was destroyed by the cannon-fire, though the North wall managed to stand until 1910. The moat is still there, if full of duckweed, and the ruins are there to be rambled around, so naturally we did just that. While I do think restoring old castles has its place and can be a fine thing to do, I have to admit that ruins are so much more satisfying. It’s like rock-scrambling for ...