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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Ilminster
... and after the bad start things got a whole lot better and I really got to like the country, its people and to enjoy the places I saw, even if was slightly rushed. It has an incredible wealth of history and sights which means there's plenty more to come back and see and I hope someday I will.
I'd debated coming back through the Mont Blanc tunnel against the far longer but much prettier option of going over the mountain pass. To tick it off the list I decided to go for ...
... to walk through. The stones were over 15ft high and the archways equally as surprisingly large. Sheep were roaming next to us and baaing in the foggy hillsides while crows were cawing and landing on the large stone slabs. The sky was grey and nothing more could have been added to give the atmosphere of Stonehenge a more ominous feeling. I enjoyed staying at the monument for as long as I could before it was time to leave and head back to Leicester.
We left Priddy around 12 noon Sunday 1st November and Charlotte took us to the bus station in Bristol. Leaving Marmite was a little easier this time as she accompanied us to the bus station. Mackerel, the goldfish, decided his time was up a couple of days before, rather sad as he was my last link with students at KOW, and was 5 years old. It was a glorious day, warm and sunny, hugged Charlotte, and off we went on our next adventure! It seems ...
... The shops claims to have the best range of fabrics outside USA. Back into the bus and on to Bath where we went into the Fashion Museum which held clothing from the Georgian era, similar to clothes seen in Jane Austen films. Following this we had lunch and I chose to be taken back to our hotel rather than browse the town as I am coming back after the tour to have a few nights ...
... and purslane. And Butcombe Bitter, still Ashdown rough cider! There are walking trails in the hills behind the village, we walk for a way. But forget the Samaritan Way, the Ridgeway or even the South Downs Way, it’s the Butcombe Way that Trevor and I want to do. Because as all of the other walking trails point you ever onwards along through the forest, the Butcombe Way points you to the nearest Butcombe Pub. And because it’s a local brewery, the trail can’t be too ...