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Here we are in Malmesbury, the "Queen of the hilltop towns" and reportedly the place of the oldest continuous settlement in England. King Athelstan died here in 709 and was buried in the Abbey, which is virtually next door to where we are staying in a home exchange organised by Trish and Ray.
It's an old house, over three levels and quite comfortable despite its plumbing issues.
We all love Malmesbury. The ...
... we went to Bristol, which I would say Bristol is to England, what Austin is to Texas. And by that, Bristol exudes that super artsy, up and coming, hippy vibe. It is most famous for Bansky, which is a street artist that I am fascinated by. I mentioned him earlier when I went to London but he was believed to have been born in Bristol and has a lot of famous works there. So we walked around town looking at all the Banksy's and shopped. More dreams came true that ...
Shopping day. Chris and Dad started the day off at the Bath Thermal Spa. Both decided to do the welcome package which gave them access to the roof pool, the steam baths and the inside thermal bath. Apparently the spa was brilliant. Meanwhile Rebecca, Mum and I enjoyed the shops Bath had to offer. When the boys joined us we ...
... Feeling very English, Elizabeth sips her tea and munches on cucumber sandwiches. Chris drinks his coffee, smiling at Elizabeth as he raises his pinky as he sips. He prefers the scones and clotted cream to the salmon, egg and cucumber sandwich selection. We sit beside the window and watch the people pass by picking out the tourists from the locals.
We meet Adam and the boys back at Bath Abbey after tea. Both boys have fresh grass stains on their ...
... upon seeing something medieval. It was a little museum on monastic life and featured a pudding still made according to the fifteenth-century recipe. I also got a medieval treasure hunt map from them and this made me happy.
Back on track, we wandered over to the Avon to see the bridge, then up past the center of town to the circus, passing by the Jane Austen center, which appealed to neither of us. At this point, we felt pretty satisfied with what we’d seen in ...