Bannatyne's Charlton House Spa Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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I waited around in the airport for about 5 hours until I boarded my final flight. When I got on, it was extremely quiet, I had a row to myself, as well as the rows surrounding me! The flight was so quiet, it was easy to sleep as everyone had a row to lie down on. I watched a few films, had some naps and are the food and drink that was brought to me. It may have been ...
... town whose inhabitants believe in the spirit world and fairies. It's said that on the equinox a glowing maze path appears on the hill. The hill is known to have been purposefully shaped by neolithic man. Since I wrote a paper on the constructions of the Neolithic Age, I can say with certainty that Neolithic man did not take up construction without relating it somehow to astronomic events, much like Stonehenge is built on the axis of ...
... was once used as a college dorm.
Next we visited a place called the Circus. It was essentially a group of houses built into a circle, and once inside the circle and looking at the houses you can see the Roman influenced architecture resembling the Colosseum. Nicolas Cage's house was one of the houses in this circle! Unfortunately he no longer lives there due to tax problems. Nicolas Cage is one of the few celebrities I actually ...
... I got used to the car and the English road system the latter which turns out is extremely good. We drove past the ancient monument at Stonehenge which was interesting and arrived at the village of Shepton Mallet where we were to spend the night before moving onto Bath. We explored the village which is 115 miles from London and had a nice Indian meal before turning in for the ...
... in the book of essays I am reading:
"Let me be plain with you, dear reader.
I am an old-fashioned man. I like
the world of nature despite its mortal
dangers. I like the domestic world
of humans, so long as it pays its debts
to the natural world, and keeps its bounds.
I like the promise of Heaven. My purpose
is a language that can repay just thanks
and honour for ...