The Cathedral Hotel
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... the bounty of warm health giving mineral water. They added Minerva (aka Athena) to her name so they had all deity bases covered. The main pool is about 20 m by 10m. To each end of the pool is a series of rooms, each containing steaming or bathing at a different temperature for each room. There was even a pool that had a single stone seat overlooking the pool where it was obvious that the lifesaver sat wearing his yellow and red skullcap telling the teenagers "No running around ...
I have felt included in so many ways during my stay, meeting
her friends, and participating in her regular activities. That sense of
belonging and community, even if it must shift again and again as I travel, is
vital to my well-being. And as though that weren’t enough, almost every day she
pops me in the car to take me to yet another site which is saturated ...
I arrived in heaven on a Saturday morning, and my host has
been the angel Rosemary. There was no reason to be prepared for discomfort of
any kind (as had become my habit), for as we pulled up to a small village of
stone houses, and then stepped into her art and light-filled cottage, I knew I
would be happy as a sheep in a poke. I have no idea if that is a thing, but ...
... the isle of Briton. It was here in the year 1066 that King Harold faced his Norman foe, William- who would later be known as "the Conqueror" but at that point was merely Duke of Normandy. (Or "the *******" behind his back). It was this battle that shaped the next thousand years of English history, and ended Saxon rule. After taking a walk around the battlefield and listening to the audio tour we wrapped it up and ...
... hours in London. London was absolutely amazing. So much to see… we could have spent the entire trip there and not gotten through everything. It was also crowded and crazy everywhere you went. The traffic was insane, although we did manage to learn how to use the tube pretty well in our short stay. :) We were very good at “minding the gap” on their subway. But, it was time to leave, which also marked the start of Nick getting to drive in the UK. ...