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It is now what we consider summer weather – warm and sunny and a delight to be outdoors.
Today we drove to Winchester for the day. We parked in a city car park. Our parking cost £6.00 starting when we arrived at 11:00 until the same time on next Monday. We thought this a reasonable price; certainly compared with Australian …
Ruth had booked to visit Stonehenge today at 10:00 without realising that tomorrow is the Summer Solstice. We reached Stonehenge at 09:30, parked and then queued for the shuttle bus to take us 2 miles closer to the stones.
The new centre is great, well organised and nearly everything seems to work.
Even though we were quite early …
We decided to visit Bletchley Park again to reprise our 2010 visit, though Ruth hadn't been over impressed by B block yesterday, finding it confusing and not telling basic information.
What a disappointment. Today’s visit confirmed Ruth’s fears and compounded them. All the detailed information that was on display has …
... to the Cheam Governors who offered me a sabbatical five years ago; it took a while for me to accept but it was worth the wait! Secondly, to Tom Haigh, my deputy, for running the school in my absence, to my secretary Jane SL and all the Cheam team who will have been as brilliant as ever. Their peace is nearly over! Thirdly, I want to thank all the agencies, drivers, guides, representatives and hotel staff who made it all so special on a ...
... been pretty solid organization to create these areas, and there must have been an element of pilgrimage even at that time for large stones to have been shlepped from Wales to build part of this. We obviously can only interpret and guess from what has been found, but there was a really interesting exchange about why wood was used in some of the circles, stone in others, and both in some. Apparently an archeologist visited not too long ago from Mauritius, ...