Amchara Health Retreat
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... new dog friends on the return walk, although some were friendlier than others. Finally, after getting home, putting the bike in the shed, playing ball for a while, and eating dinner, it was time for Barney to go to bed. Miss Washington tucked him in, "goodnight Barney." "Good night." Barney smiled, then with a yawn he added, "what an adventurous day." Soon after that he settled down and dropped off to sleep, as did Miss Washington and Mr Fisher. The ...
bit warm. After leaving here we went to Saltash to catch a boat around
past the naval dockyards to Plymouth harbor. The boat left from under
the Tamar River rail bridge , built by Brunel. Plymouth was just
bustling with activity being a fine warm Sunday. Lovely harbor, some
quaint shops , pubs and cafes line the Marina.The Mayflower memorial is
quite striking and one of the American ladies is a ...
... It was built in 1601 by a Mr Phelps who was the chief prosecutor in the Guy Fawkes trial.
We had a great lunch in The King's Arms Inn before the visit which allowed us to walk off the lunch in the house and gardens. I loved the garden with its wonderful borders of plants etc
Before "supper" (which included a piece of Bakewell Tart....) we were ...
What a wonderful feeling it was to arrive in Langford Budville, a charming village in North Somerset, taken straight from the telly's Midsomer Murders. I was able to lay upstairs in bed looking out over the valley to the town lights. The village is gorgeous, flowers we weep tears over in Australia endeavouring to coax into blossom flourish merrily by the roadside. This is just what we wanted and needed, perfect. ...
... kept cycleway called the Strawberry Line. The countryside here is very flat and there was little to see until we reached the Mendips. Being Somerset of course there are orchards and we have walked through both Bulmers and Thatchers orchards. Our second highlight of the day came in the small village of Winscombe. We popped in to the local bakers to get lunch and a coffee. The team in the shop were delightful, wanted to know ...