The Cathedral Hotel
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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 ...
... don't go to Stonehenge.
I think the taxi driver was amused by us wanting to go to Amesbury. It's a small town, population about 9000, and cost us about £13 to get there. The taxi driver said we'd see the whole place in 5 minutes. We asked him where we could find a good pub for a meal in Amesbury, and he said Salisbury. I think he must had had a hard time not laughing. He said all the pubs there were rubbish.
Not to be deterred we had ...
... in the sun, we decided to have a walk, to stretch our legs after such a long journey. We walked down to a village, crossed the river, walked along the river bank almost into the City and back to the site. A round trip of about 4 miles. That's good for us! Then we spoilt it all by having fish and chips from the van that visits the site every Friday night! Yum! We left Salisbury this morning at 10am to make for home. Yippee! We ...
... car museum full of Maserati’s, Jaguars, and
Mercedes. The current Earl is a car
collector and race car driver. The grounds have a huge playground for the village children, picnic areas, walking paths and gardens. There is a
restaurant and garden shop. It is also a working farm so there are numerous crops, sheep, cows and hogs. It feels as if the whole village of Wilton is a part of the estate.
... windows add to the sense of height of this building. More than enough light since at one time there was a architect who went around taking out stained glass windows and putting in plain glass. Kept walking around those laid to rest they had markers on the floor, only they had been moved.
There is Europes oldest working clock in the church. And the best preserved copy of the ...