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... Potters house in the movies where he is attacked by Voldemort as a baby. There was a small pub there we had a drink at that was older then the United States. The town seemed to have been lost in time. Traditional cottages everywhere, no street lines (we walked around with flash lights). Pretty cool.
It was time to head back to the bus and head home. Tomorrow we head off on the Eurostar bullet train to Paris, France.
... Exeter Underground Passages. They were started in the 1300s to supply water to the cathedral and, later, to the town. A system under the city that carried the lead, then the iron, water pipes. Not enough bookings so he missed out and we had to be content with the museum display and video. Next time.
Drove on to near Dorchester to camp on a farm. Our LAST night camping for 2014 - we survived it ...
... til we reached a village up on the cliffs above the sea called Smokvica. Lots of bike groups resting up there after the climb. Little did we know what was ahead of us. After Smokvica we followed the ocean and a little inland on undulating roads til we came around a corner and saw a road snaking up and around several steep mountainsides. At this point Betsy and I are down to our last bars on the batteries and thinking there is no way this is going to end well. I changed out my ...
... years before the Druids found it). Even if you are not interested in the structure it is a good way to learn some of the history of Southern England and how people have lived over the past 2000 years. Top tip is to get there at 9 am and you'll have a quiet, unique experience (the tour coaches start arriving at 10 am). Then go through the visitor's ...
... powers of the springs, or how peaceful and soothing the springs are. Seneca's quote said, "The picture is not complete without some quarrelsome fellow, a theif caught in the act, or the man who loves the sound of his own voice in the bath - not to mention those who jump in with a tremendous splash." Even in ancient Rome tourists were annoying. :)
I also went on a walking tour of the houses of famous residents of Bath. I found Charles Dickens, ...