BEST WESTERN PLUS Centurion Hotel
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All packed and ready to go by 11.00 a still left a little late. No trouble on the roads and swift service for lunch in the pub so arrived in good time at the parking. Good service as usual and through check in without issue. No question about the skis, boots or hand bags. Bumped into Jim Humphries in the check in queue, pleased they are not headed to our resort - the sauna could have been ...
Well, after crashing for 14hrs I managed to not experience any jet lag other than a lack of appetite, I think my stomach may if stayed behind in Australia... meh...I've spent the last few days exploring Bristol. What a beautiful city! The city center itself is fairly small, manageable to walk around in a couple hours, but birstol itself consists of many small suburbs which makes it large! 400,000+ people. It's chilly here, ...
After traveling for 33 hours I made it to Bristol!! Found some foods and drinks after checking into my hotel! I only.slept 4 out of my 33hrs of traveling so I crashed nice and hard and hopefully that helps with the jetlag! I slept for 14hrs straight!!! Now to orient myself on Birstol! May head to Bath tomorrow! Seeing the Montessori school on Tuesday! :) and heading to Birmingham on ...
... place, everything changed. We received a call saying tonight’s accommodation in the tiny hamlet called Vobster had overbooked. There was no room for us at their Inn tonight! Being a Saturday night we knew accommodation was hard to come by and the woman who had made the mistake in Vobster had found us a room in a place called Midsomer Norton. When we explained we were walking she said she would run us there as long as we arrived in Vobster by 3pm.
... Hills. How will we cope? and will our desire to succeed see us through?
After a series of footpaths, we arrive in the village of Dinder. The final field being a very well manicured local cricket ground. The groundsman can 'puff' his chest out because, under trying conditions, it looks 'stunning'.
For 3 miles we climbed onto the escarpment of the Mendips, behind us the skies cleared and were accompanied with fleeting glimpses of blue. We however continued to ...