Lower Farm Bed And Breakfast
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... some water and travel sweets and then browsed the shops. A purchase was made in Mango, a cheap t-shirt just because I do not have enough to wear! We sat and waited for our boarding gate instructions appeared the at 9:05am we were off to gate 33 and after a short wait we were on the aeroplane. We took very close notice of the directions given by the Norwegian air hostess who gave out how to use the several pieces of equipment that ...
... were led to our room across the road - looked like another house converted into rooms - the room a family room was lovely and warm and were yet to feel the benefit of our snow boots and layers of clothing and all we kept feeling was hot! We watched TV and played Candy Crush for a while before going back across the road to the hotel for our evening meal. What great value, Sarah started with Mushrooms in breadcrumbs and I had my first taste of Norway, Norwegian Prawn cocktail. ...
... a very classy one. We a starter knife and fork and a main meal knife and fork.
The next day I was so exited, we went to Wookey Hole.
We went into a cave with a very good story line, they thought there was a witch in it.
Then there was a massive indoor play ground, then to a play area where there are guns that blow out air and you put balls in and it bursts them out. HEADSHOT!!!
Then a mirror maze, it was felt so weird. Then we ...
... 33 and Dad had 35.
We went to the Roman baths. There was 9 statues of rulers and had an audio tour. I did not listen to all of it.
We measured it and to me it was 28 meters long and 13 meters wide.
We did a quiz and at the end we got a certificate. The baths were hot. With just a pump and a hot spring.
... please. I asked for a coffee and Lynn said David would sort me out whilst she went off to prepare the baps....Now I can't help but ask questions, usually they are of the 'open' type i.e. the type that make it difficult to say either 'no'; or 'yes'. I knew not to ask those questions from the training I got as a child watching Michael Miles, host of 'Take your Pick' catch contestants out. Anyway I digress. My usual open question is 'how's the season been ...