BEST WESTERN The Royal Chase Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at Sally Lunn's, in the oldest building in Bath. Afterwards we continued wandering around Bath. The sun was back out, so everyone else was too. The deck chairs in the park also made an appearance. Ended on a high note at Jamie's Italian. Said good bye to Rebecca (for 3 weeks at least), then home. We have an early start ...
... top of the cliffs. The views were amazing. Ryan turned out to be a great tour guide and pointed out the different towns we could see. It was a little foggy, so the view was hindered a little. Finally got to the top and made our way down. Down took very little time! Quite rough and slippery thanks to rain days before. Made it down and walked along the road till back to our starting position. We did not climb up the ...
... Guell), a huge hedge maze (took us 45 minutes), and touching spiders and snakes (I touched the python but not the tarantula).
Today was another travelling day. We left Salisbury at 11 am and drove to my uncle and aunt's place called Bartons. A different aunt and uncle were there too and a cousin as well as my grandparents (on my mother's side of the family). Bartons is huge (it has five bedrooms and a bedroom/study and 8 bathrooms).
Rise and shine for the Goldbergs and Leytmans! We slowly moved our way out of bed, and jumped into the car to drive to Amesbury - where the mysterious Stonehenge was waiting for us to unlock the reason for it's existence.
White fluffy white clouds set the stage for our photo-shoot as we circled the stones and learned a ...
Had ice cream cones as the sun got lower and we left Stonehenge and then wended our way to Shaftesbury. We had to wander a little before we found The Old Chapel B&B, but not for too long. Sue dropped us off there and while she went to check in at Kate's B&B in Bimport (that's a street, not another town), we met the sweet "fuss pots" Philip and Sue Bramley, very proud of their old chapel turned into a B&B. Their largest picture window looks out on ...