The Rookery Guest House
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... place. From Bibury we drove through Bourton on the water and on to Stow on the Wold. The area is lovely with beautiful views of the countryside We enjoyed the drive along the narrow lines, high hedges lined the road and the hedgerows were full of cow parsley and buttercups. After another great meal we enjoyed local cheeses with a slice of Mary's Bara Brith, we have really appreciated this generous hospitality but tomorrow we move ...
... continent, we shall have to get used to it! On the way back to Westerleigh we saw a small sign saying "tree down" and soon came upon it, unfortunately it was down across the whole road so we had to back up this narrow road until we could turn, it would have helped if there had been a "find alternative route" sign. We are having a very restful time here and enjoying family ...
... up the career ladder, met Jon, moved in with Jon, bought our first property together and we are now getting married. The mind boggles at how much has happened, how much difference there is between 18 and 26. I was so so young back then, and I'm sure I'll say the same thing about the me now in 10 years time, but equally I do believe that those formative early 20s years are a big jump for most people. You ...
... on a cheap bus to head us off to Bristol to see our friend Kim Weller who we
met through Gash. She moved to Bristol earlier in the year and after a ripping
lunch at some Italian restaurant she takes us on a personalized tour of the
town of Bristol. The suspension bridge above the Avon Rivers produces some of
the most spectacular views of the surrounding landscape. As I had only met Kim
once she was quick to comment on how much of a nerd I am especially when it
comes to ...
... ways of booking tickets. And of course every website is different. And every website wants you to create a login, and a password, and receive 400 advertising emails a day. All the fun of the fair. Or fare.
Speaking of which, the fares make no sense. For example, an MP has just been fined £155 for getting off at a station EARLIER than the one he had a ticket for, because it was cheaper to book for the further station. What if you simply change your mind, eh? What if ...