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... Gloucester, we happened to drive by (and called in) Hampton Court. We had seen our fill of castles, but this one has a current link to the Royals.
One of the reasons to stay at Gloucester, was to again visit some of the smaller quaint regional villages scattered around the country. In this case, we were to visit Upper and Lower Slaughter – lovely names. Yesterday, we set out and only got about 20 minutes down the road, when we got caught ...
... so no pictures I'm afraid. The best I can do is a photo of the security guard at the gate. The two hour tour was informative and the 15 acres quite beautiful. All proceeds from the gardens benefit the Prince of Wales Charitable Foundation which supports a wide range of causes through grants. Best of all everything in the Gardens are ...
... here is a very pretty cream colored limestone and most of the buildings in this area are made from the stone. At the very bottom of the Isle is a rocky beach and lighthouse, and this tip is called the Portland Bill. I wasn’t able to find out why it is called a bill, maybe it is the shape of the land, kinda like a duck’s bill.
Leaving Portland, we continued west ...
... pimms, beer & red wine. The friends I haven't met are lovely, everyone's Dave. Tor's mother Fiona is there, her husband is Dave. David Randall, Tor's husband. David Organ, Tor's brother, his son, Dave jnr, and another rugby mate Dave Gib-something, and David Randall's business partner, yep he's David too - if in doubt just call 'em David! Monnie, Kevin and their kids Charlotte & Tom are there, so great to see them, ...
... We parked down at the Old Rail yard where
parking was free and a long walk with the dogs to tire them out
before heading into town.
Next stop was Church St and the House
of Cheese. A lovely lady served me after I explained that I was
travelling with a french friend who wanted to discover local/English
cheese. A few minutes later ...