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... was, “where’s next”? Travelling had become what Russell and I did and I was struggling with the concept that it really was time to get back to work and go our separate ways in the week again.
Russell had a fairly predictable route back into work given that he had been speaking to a potential employer throughout our travels so aside from the final hurdles it was a pretty
straightforward return to work. I ...
We've spent the last few days seeing some of the south-west of England. We took the train from London to Bath and were based there while we explored the area. We stayed in a great B&B in Bathford just outside the town. Like all good country B&B’s it had a pub next door, where we sampled the local ales, including "Bath Gem" (a beer, not a product you put in your bath to make it bubbly) and “Landlord”
We had to be up early to catch the Ferry at Dublin Port, The trip took 3.5 hours, in a bit of a chop, but nothing to make us ill.
The car drop off and pick up went off with out so much trouble but the Hertz service left a bit to be desired.
This was a long days drive but driving through Wales is really beautiful,... mountains, woods, streams, hilly fields and quaint villages it was magic, We could see the odd Castle ...
... Another amazing experience.
Then onto Salisbury, only 8 miles down the road. It is a medieval town and we are staying in the oldest purpose built inn in the UK-13th century.. A beautiful entrance through a coach house door to a courtyard full of flowers. We just had to immediately sit in that courtyard and have a wine. Then off through the town to Salisbury ...
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After a overwhelmingly emotional fair well from the family we spent our last night in our friends lovely B & B
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.