Castle of Comfort Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... itinerary, however the Trans-Mongolian tickets book up fast so I need to have that bit in the bag. Most of my vaccinations are up to date after yearly travel clinic visits but I do need to get a yellow fever jab. Is yellow fever a bad thing? Who knows? Apparently having the certificate is A Good Thing though, so it'll get done. And then there's the paperwork. The Russians appear to have taken exception to the new British rule ...
Today was mostly for the men of the party, we visited the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Museum, at Yeovilton the base outside Yeovil. Clem mainly wanted to go because the Concorde 002, which had flown into Melbourne in 1972 & on which he had helped fix the hydraulics when he was a maintenance Engineer with QANTAS was there. The Concorde 002 was never a passenger carrier ...
... were after the actual turn, in England they have been hidden by trees or hedges, but today was the most unbelievable. We were going to visit the Bishop's Palace in Wells, a really big & important place. We when finally got to Wells, after being led all over the countryside by the GPS, we saw the brown tourist info signs saying Wells Cathedral & other places ...
... harbor. The Avon is a tidal river, and the tides here are huge. The floating harbor is a basin that is protected by a system of locks and gates to prevent the water level from fluctuating, keeping the boats anchored there afloat.
#4: Netham Locks - The gates at the river end closing.
#5: Netham Locks - The gates at the harbor end opening.
#6: Netham Locks - The bridge swinging open to allow the sailboat to cross into the harbor.
... but I was only given the relatively recent information that I already knew. The owner, a financier had been murdered by a business partner who then took his own life in the church grounds. When I asked about the present owner I didn’t expect to be told it was the widow. She still lives there. Not a place to visit, but impressive in an understated way. It is a nationally listed building. it has large outbuildings at the back so I think there would have been other ...