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- Pets allowed
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We were told that there are two counties in England with no Motorway running through any part of it – and Dorset is one of those counties. There are only 2 dual carriageways (four-lane roads) in the county. I think we can verify these statistics, as we spent most of today meandering through Dorset on very little – dare I say- TINY roads …
... have liked that.
I met Pamela through a house exchange website and even though we've not (yet) exchange houses, we've become firm friends.
A new town for us, and one that is deeply into connectivity, is Stroud.
One of our pet sitting couples recommended Stroud as a nice edgy town, not too big and not too small, with a good jazz scene.
The name isn't that exciting so we put off going.
But last Saturday, being market ...
... hour flight, but it was probably the best flight I've ever had! Once we landed, it took forever to get through passport control, but once I was through I collected my bag almost immediately and made my way through to arrivals. I saw mum, gave her a big hug and started to cry! It was so good to see her and I was happy to be home, despite leaving all the adventure ...
... the lights up the steep circular stairway were on. An honesty box was at the entrance for donations. The carved legend tells the story of William Tyndale, born in North Nibbley in 1484, he took advantage of the new printing presses to provide the first complete translation of the Bible into English. He was accused of heresy and burned at the stake in France in 1536 (just over a 100 years after Joan of Arc). Built in 1866 it stands over 33 ...
... Wales 4500 years ago and then carried to where they are today...right outside of Amesbury,England. The temperature and ice were the only obstacles while we were there. We stopped in Amesbury for lunch at one of the English Taverns. The plaque outside said that it was established in 400 AD by Henry II. We had a traditional lunch of steak pie, mashed potatoes, English peas and apple pie. Right next door was a Methodist Church...took lots of pictures to take back to church. ...