The Speech House Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... be keeping tabs on all the surfies who they apparently let traipse through their property every day, opening and closing the gate for them at 6.30 am and pm, checking their private beach a few times a day to make sure they don't get up to mischief and that they go home...
It all seemed a bit of a pain especially the 6.30 in the morning bit. And especially when it was all for the benefit, it seemed, of a motley group of surfies!
Then they dropped a ...
... Close to the Circus was a monument erected in memory of Frederick, Prince of Wales, who died from a freak accident while playing cricket. When he died his Father said good riddance. Poor Prince Frederick wasn't very respected. There's another story where he was eating in a place called the Pump Room and was told to leave because he was not dressed fancy enough. Prince Frederick ran out of the eatery crying and became a ...
... where we spend the afternoon exploring the town for not just its Middle Ages past, but it's claim to Roman ruins - though compared to Turkey these amounted to little more than piles of rubble. We did however have a wonderful stroll through the large town park where we discovered an intact Norman archway from the 12th century and huge grand trees, one of which ticked another of Mick's "must see's" - finding an English oak ...
I was up with plenty of time to get to the tour pick up point for my visit to Stone Henge. This hostel doesn't have free breakfast, but I at least had time for a cup of tea. I arrived at the pick up point with 15 minutes until departure, and the confirmation email said to arrive 10 minutes before where the purple bus would be waiting. No bus yet, but I was a little early. 5 minutes later, still no bus. Another 5 minutes later and still no bus - I ...
... Roman Baths are a natural hot spring, with a continual temperature of 46 degrees. It can fill a bath tub in 8 seconds!
· It was originally thought that the Baths had magical healing powers. Some of the stories behind this include a pig being cured of leprosy after bathing in the mud at the baths. I think he may have said that the mud did have some sort of health benefits, but I can't remember - sorry
· In AD 43 when ...