Barnsdale Hall Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... they might like to hire and if a wage was negotiated, the employer would give the worker a coin to seal the deal which was then spent on Medieval Ghost Trains or Cha Chas or more likely at the pub. At the River Avon, we find an open boat for a cruise rather than a mostly covered canal boat and pay Charon the two pennies to cross the River Styx, oops, we are not there yet so we set off on a cruise without any narration. It was 40 minutes of bliss. We ...
... Trinity church. It is a mix of the local reddish stone, highlighted by carved sandstone capping and door and window frames. Opposite it is what looks like an old school or possibly an older Manse or monastery of similar age with an imposing arched gate with a Latin inscription with the year 1694. The church graveyard has old grave stones, the oldest I could find was 1688. This place is much older than it first appears. There are Tudor houses with exposed structural timbers ...
Chatsworth House Michael, Mark's brother arrived at around 10 AM to take us out on a day of his holiday. He is the musical one who specialises in playing the wobble board when he comes to Australia. Over an hour's drive saw us at this opulent house dating back to the 17th Century. Another wing has been added about every 75 years as the Dukes of Derbyshire needed to build to impress royalty or dignitary. It has hosted English and European Royalty. There was a bed which had been ...
... red wine. It was a great catch up. Helene had prepared a delightful roast for dinner, followed by a Guinness cake. I thought I had died and gone to heaven. Food fit for the gods. It is like catching up with family we have not seen for a while. We feel honoured to be part of their lives and to be made so welcome in their home. Tomorrow we head off to Chatsworth House. Helene and Polly have been plotting this for ages. It looks like is will be ...
... their head office to wake a few people up, and they began searching for a coach in Germany that could take us the rest of the way to Calais, where we could board the ferry on foot and meet up with a British coach in Dover, simple! At this stage we would refer you to the 3am, 4am, 5am and 6am photos, as the night passed with no real news to get our hopes up, just a gradual change of hue outside the window! The coach was supervised through the night by. Mrs. Muller and ...