The Castle & Ball Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... incredible hospitality. We were totally wooed by India; its colours, smells, smiles and chaotic charm. The Golden Temple stands out as our favourite site, closely followed by the Taj at Agra. So many memories for us to savour; we now know why our daughters, Lucy and Ella, so loved their respective trips to India. We have vowed to return. We chilled out largely in Sri Lanka and loved our time at KK especially when we took off on our own to ...
... we are facing one another. The blog rolls out and I gradually begin to feel some relief at catching up on the arrears. We are five days behind and I know from past experience that once the actual experience fades from the memory, no matter how detailed were my notes on the track, the freshness of the description is jeopardised.
Not much else to report from today. We stopped for a sandwich sitting in the high street ...
... I doubt they'd enjoy it, but they could do it! I got really lucky in the people I was able to work with this summer.
After lunch Natalie and I wandered around Turl Street and the covered market looking for a Prince Harry mask for Larry. We wanted to give him something to remember our silly night with the Prince Harry girl in the window who scared us. We did finally find one in the covered market, and I wrote him a little note on the back of the ...
As we had arrived there quite late the night before, we hadn't seen the place. The host was quite gracious to give us extra time to look around and told us about the Salmon Lake which we decided to explore.
We stopped by Oxford and took a sneek peek at Trinity College in the University of Oxford. The chapel & Dinning Hall were open for visitation. This college oozes with history as it was founded in 1555 by Sir Thomas Pope.
I had my first encounter with a hedgehog this morning as we returned from Marlborough. He was lying dead in the road as we drove by so after asking to stop I moved his body into the bushes, shedding a tear for him as I said goodbye. His body was intact and still warm and as I lifted him up I could feel the prickliness of his tiny ...