Lindisfarne Guest House
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... said it is Bibury, and I have to say that Bibury has my vote of the places we have seen to date.
But it's not just pretty villages. We have visited Cirencester with its amazing Roman Museum and Avebury, with an incredible number of standing stones. We have been trying to do a walk or a ramble everyday in the incredibly green countryside which is full of clumps of yellow daffodils.
Yes,the Cotswold are lovely. ...
... obvious that it was more of industrial/ shipping town. Dover was a strange town with not much to it. We walked around a little bit and explored. Then we headed to the cliffs. They were absolutely beautiful! It was such a fun day. We didn't tour Dover Castle which is kind of a bummer, but we just didn't have time. But it was cool from the outside! Anyways, it was great weekend. Only one more month left, woah..
Off to France,
... at Sally Lunn's, in the oldest building in Bath. Afterwards we continued wandering around Bath. The sun was back out, so everyone else was too. The deck chairs in the park also made an appearance. Ended on a high note at Jamie's Italian. Said good bye to Rebecca (for 3 weeks at least), then home. We have an early start ...
... look. He leans over the fence, grinning from ear to ear. We watch the train take on more water, and the steam rises out of the chimney. The whistle blows and the engines come to live. The steam train slowly chugs out of the station and we head back inside. After dinner, the boys want to sit out on the patio and watch the metro rail pull in and out of the station. The boys stand on the fence, faces pressed against the metal watching the trains go by while we sip one last ...
... would have been fine if our GPS knew of the place or if either the app or the guidebook had provided coordinates to its location that we could have programmed into the GPS. Luck, however, was with us.
Next, we drove to the little town of Mells to see St. Andrews church, standing as it does at the end of a long row of medieval cottages. The church is rather beautiful and my photos simply do not do it justice.
Our final excursion for the day was to Nunney, just outside ...