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Met the group and tour director in the lobby of the Hilton. On the bus for first stop Stonehenge. Countryside green and lush with yellow fields of canola and white spotted fields of sheep.
Walked around Stonehenge with audio of the significance of the site. It is truly worth the visit. Then onto Salisbury to visit the cathedral which is huge …
... in the hotel, shops or cafés. After an interesting meal in the Pandora cafe (perhaps we should have taken the hint when the proprietor looked shocked that we walked in the door) we strolled down to the harbour. I'm sure that on a sunny summers day it is a beautiful town, but on a cold, wet November afternoon it was pretty bleak. The high point was the Roly Fudge shop - yyyyuuuuummmmyyyyyyyy!!!!!! And the ...
'All our bags are packed and we're ready to go..........'
Whoop! Whoop! It's been a long time coming but the day has finally arrived to start our European adventure. Having packed Daisy we had to get her weighed to see how much we then had to take off again.......luckily we were well within our limits so Paul didn't have to offload any wine or beer and Mandy can come too!
... where you move from an architecturally apt neo-Gothic wood-panelled corridor, albeit full of the aforementioned slebby photographs, straight through a time portal to a 1954 public toilet. The room itself is not dirty or particularly tatty, just very unexpected. A free in-house newspaper catches our eye. This turns out to contain page after page of pictures of the aforementioned Ms Irina, (who is not completely unfortunate looking, to be fair), at various functions and ...
... it is quite shallow, and is tidal.
There are lots of boats moored in the river, but being tidal means that lots of
the boats will be high and dry at low tide. But the boats are designed to
handle it, with either double keels or outrigger stabilizers that keep the
boats level when the water disappears.
We toured around the area of Appledore, down to Heartland where we stopped at a pub for
lunch. The pub has an outdoor ...