Woodstock Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Yesterday we drove down to Laverstoke Mill which is now the Bombay Sapphire Distillery. We had watched a Megafactories documentary on the restoration of the mill and loved getting to see it and to learn about making the gin. After enjoying our riding hack so much on Friday, today Craig, Aaron and Chloe had a riding lesson at the same stables. Everyone did really well, especially Craig whose horse decided to do an impromptu canter but he managed to hold ...
... days, one with my mom and Ray, one with my dad, nan, sister and uncle and a final one with si' s family and friends, all consuming our body weight in food! We go spoilt rotten, so thank you again! The only disappointment was no snow!! Maybe we'll get some if we get to Antarctica!! Next stop Rio ...
This afternoon I went to the Birmingham Christmas markets with Angus, Becka, Suzannah and Alistair. On arrival we got a cup of mulled wine and a German sausage. This German sausage was 1/2 a metre long and it was delicious! With warm food in our tums we ventured off around the markets. There were so many stalls selling cool stuff. The others got a couple of presents, but I'd already done my ...
... off to see Sense & Sensibility played in a tiny loft room, about 30 feet long and 15 deep. No stage, just rows of seating along the wall. At several points in the play I had to draw my feet back so the players didn't trip over them. .
Nevermind. It was an excellent show with a tiny cast, in a small room, and we had a great night. Even if it was strange coming out from a play at 10pm and it's still light.. I'm still getting used to ...
... or sonnet that people shouted at them. I requested sonnet 18, which they performed beautifully. Will requested a scene from Much Ado, which was quite funny. We had to move along as some of us wanted to see Shakespeare's grave. We almost ran to Holy Trinity Church and then had to pay £2 to get into the area with the markers. We were able to see his grave and the epitaph he wrote which said that anyone who moved his bones would be cursed. There were also the graves of ...