The Old Vine
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... the locals by donating 80 acres of marshland to build a great new cathedral in the town. Construction began in 1220, almost 800 years ago. And in a triumph of comparative efficiency, instead of taking centuries to build, it was completed in only 38 years. (This was no doubt aided by the high water table limiting the building's foundation depth to a mere 4 feet.)
The Salisbury Cathedral lies literally only a few steps from Sarum College, so it was my first stop.
proper England now eh!?
this sit is a luck out. very popular place. tons of stuff to see and do. the dog that comes with the house is, well, let's just say I'm earning the keep with this one. he's a tricky little bugger. using his extreme cuteness as a shield when he goes rascally makes it impossible to get mad. exasperated yes, but never mad.
quick background. being a mere month into "training" ( I shudder to think what he ...
... moving back on to the tuuuube to Leicester square again to try our luck with cheap theatre tickets. Most of the good shows sold out we decide to spend big on dinner and dessert. We had an awesome ice cream from a small gelato place, with the flavours of snickers, dark chocolate (72%25 cocoa), espresso and the special (chocolate custard with praline). We finished the trip by heading to ...
... will provide a delivery of some sort and their on line shopping is almost as good and sometimes maybe even a little better than wandering the aisles and trying to find your items. Tesco, Waitrose, Ocado, Graze, Hello Fresh, laundry service, B&Q, Longacres, John Lewis, Just Eat, gourmet food delivery, diet craze, fish mongers, dairy products, American Food Stores, newspapers (natch) and the list goes on and on with the ...
... came and the pond thawed, all of the fish came to the top gasping for air and they all died. So we replaced them with the 6 we have now and next winter, I made sure to poke holes in the ice with this lovely golf club I had found thrown into the bushes behind our house.
Everyone told me that herons come and eat your fish. I haven't seen a heron yet anywhere around our house and garden but people ...