De Rougemont Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... It is easy to see why this area was so popular for the ruling people of England. We had a quick tour of the Roman baths (which is basically the reason why Bath exists). Every day over 1 million litres of hot water is shot up to the surface and into the baths. Next it was on to Stonehenge. What a magical place. We thought it might rain but luckily the weather held and we were able to take it all in. Stonehenge was started 5000 years ago and ...
As if the 7 hours yesterday weren't enough, we were back at Lakeside shopping today. Had to buy another suitcase for all the purchases we have made along the way. Thank heavens for Argos. We had a BBQ at Jan (Geordie Jan) and Steve's house in Romford in the evening. Ross, their son, is moving to Australia for a year and will be staying with us a week after we get back. The girls for in with him great and we ended up playing cards and board games until late into the ...
... clubs or bars or whatever you want to call them (or just left because we were dressed like high schoolers compared to these people) and we had 1 terrible taxi driver and 1 mediocre one. Then, we saw a pub right down the block from our hotel that Bryan saw and wanted to go inside. Well, we even got lost trying to go there. Since I have a long day tomorrow, I decided it was time to call it quits. It was fun seeing the uber rich part of London but we were out of our league and we ...
... journey. Next stop was Stonehenge! So cool to see it after hearing about it all your life. Thankfully the fog had cleared by then so we were able to see it and get good photos. It stands right next to a main highway and so looks a bit out of place!! Was interesting to hear about the history surrounding that area. From there we headed to a little village called Lacock and had lunch in a Pub that was build in 1360!! This country is just so rich in history! Had Beef Wellington for the ...
... you probably have guess.
Then I got Carrie to sign my book too, and she commented on the book which was awesome.
I told her I have only just started reading books of my own accord. Yes, sorry book lovers out there....I never read much.
I just never found books worth my attention. ...