Cannards Well Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... 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 ...
... reason I booked the trip. Stonehenge is not in Glastonbury, but in Amesbury. We weren't allowed to walked among the megaliths; instead there was a designated path for us. I was so excited when the monument finally came into sight. Many others were complaining that Stonehenge was smaller than they thought it would be, but for me it was the complete opposite. I imagined the stones to be around 8ft high, and the arches to be just large enough ...
... talking about the famous British author Jane Austen who used to live in Bath. We passed the Jane Austen Centre where outside there was a man dressed in Victorian garb (or just slightly pre-Victorian considering when Jane Austen lived) imitating one of the characters in her books. We got off the bus and visited the Royal Crescent, an 18th century landmark building structured to form a semi-circle to resemble an amphitheatre. ...
... and I have no idea what bit me, but given the cornucopia of insects of all descriptions whose world I have disrupted I can’t complain.
By the time we enter Trowbridge, Debby has had the humour worn out of her and is now looking for a break. This small town has an uncomfortable edge and it does nothing to lift our spirits. We approach alongside a stream and leaving it, cross a playing field to then be confronted with a town centre which at first ...
... in time. There has been no major building here in the last 200 years so it feels like stepping back into English history. Consequently Lacock village has been the venue for many films requiring authentic backgrounds. The BBC productions of Pride and Prejudice and The Cranford Chronicles, portions of the Harry Potter movies and Lost in Austen are just some the many films shot here. Before leaving ...