St Ann'S House B&B
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After a overwhelmingly emotional fair well from the family we spent our last night in our friends lovely B & B
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... as much a reward for her, as it was for me, for her unstinting support to me over the past 50 terms of my Cheam headship. She is, and always has been, my rock and there is no one else in the world I would have wanted to share this time with. Thank you darling, you made the trip a truly epic adventure for me....x (ps that bit will make her cry!) Js over and out (until next time).....thanks for following the blog and sharing the last five weeks with ...
... had a graduation that day (Wednesday), so a few more families and capped and gowned grads were added in. The £14 each seemed high to see the Roman Baths and Pump Rooms, though it was probably good. We were very impressed just walking around and viewing the beautiful buildings; especially liked the Royal Crescent, the huge Circus with its frieze of different figures and the lovely Pulteney ...
... watch the seasons change over Stonehenge. Check the awesome photos attached. Salisbury is a beautiful market square (check market dates for the full experience) and great shopping over the town centre. However not much else for visitors, other than it is close to Stonehenge and it has a milkshake bar that provides over 200 flavours. Visit Stonehenge = ...
... remind yourself that it comes from the most gorgeous crop. Seriously… look it
up on the internet and ooh and ahh :)
In Chawton, we visited Jane Austen’s house. She is one of my personal favorites
and this home is where she revised her works like Pride and Prejudice and Sense
and Sensibility before they went on to publish. It is also where she wrote in
full the last 3 of her novels. The village is quiet; many of the houses ...
... inspired Ken Follet's Pillars of the Earth.
Salisbury is unique in that it was built within a single century with no substantial later additions. The current cathedral is the second cathedral built in Salisbury. The first cathedral was built on the Old Sarum hill. The original cathedral was built in 1092, but they did not have easy access to water and there was no room to expand, so a new cathedral was built beginning in 1220. The Quire, transepts, and ...