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Travel Blogs from Taunton
... As we
needed to be organised both for the wedding and our European trip, we
left early in the afternoon, driving in lovely sunshine back to
Brixham to our good friends Jan and Jeremy. Another huge load of
washing went out on their unique clothes line in time to go with the
Pucketts to their neighbours for dinner. Our hosts Heather and Peter
had also invited two other guests, Susan and Roy – all nice fun
people. Delicious food and ...
This morning we did some exploring of the countryside around us. Pete went of for a short run as directed by Cary - he missed the first turn he was meant to take as it looked like a farm track. Consequently, he ended up with a longer than intended run! The kids and I went for a walk around the lanes with Cary, Eddie and their Emily. Still no sign of any wildlife though. After lunch, we headed off ...
... a magnificent place! If you want to do summer in the UK go there. As we drove on further we went to Ilfracombe and found this lovely hotel and stopped to take some photos. We went in to the Hotel and walked through the ground floor, I think it was only for residents, but we snuck through anyway. Nice place! We visited Arlington Court, Arlington Court on the edge of Exmoor, a complete family estate held by the Chichester ...
... times, with very little change to their design. Also to think that were buried underground and that a worker doing his job managed to uncover a small piece which has eventually led to the site as it stands today. The age of everything in England is difficult to get your head around, and in the most part for it to be still standing or used as things were centuries ago is amazing.
Back in Stratford and tonight we have tickets to the Shakespearean play Much Ado About ...
... altitude. Yes, I know that is impossible, but with the excitement and adrenalin of the last day, that is how it felt.
In Culbone Wood they had been cutting down the Rhododendrons big time. Some areas were devoid of trees, just dead Rhodies piled up like a natural rubbish tip. Though there were plenty of new shoots of Rhodies starting to fight back. Someone needs a lesson from the Glaswegians we met in The Whistle Field Inn at Loch Eck. ...