Travel Blogs from Weston
... and as it gurgled in my stomach I was reluctant to expel any gas. I was scared that the sound of a squeaky **** might turn every head in the place towards the fresh meat sitting alone by itself on the sofa in the corner! I walked out after a while to warn the security guard she would return without any documentation that she was staying here with hands full of beer. I enjoyed the view over the canals as the men kept coming by and greeting me. This was going to be an ...
... As I'm getting out of my seat I see that the recline button was under my seat. Kill me. Lol Oh and I was "randomly" selected upon boarding to have my documents checked by police officers before boarding. I'm so lucky. So I arrived. Got my bag. Walked out into the open. Couldn't find Dan. Oh I'm screwed. I started walking toward the buses like he told me to if he wasn't there for some odd reason. I realized I was going the wrong way and I stopped. My head was ...
... with “Sugar Coated Iceberg”.
A ten minute walk back to the car was followed by a 5 minute drive to get off the car park which is exceptional on behalf of the police, car park wardens and festival organisers. We were prepared for a thirty minute delay or more but it all went very smoothly. Another great Godiva Festival. We’ll be back next year. We even made it back in time for the pub quiz at The Beacon, which we won of ...
... dating back to years prior to the British Civil War (1600’s) to present day.
A large public park was originally a sandstone quarry supplying building material for the many churches and buildings. In the center of the park is "The Dingle" and the meticulously tended “Enchanted Garden” where we had a picnic lunch and shared bread crumbs with ...
... estate is 2600 acres, and although they lost about 400 trees during December storms, the landscaping was still gorgeous.
The owner/designer, Henry Hoare II, had a love for ancient Greek architecture and mythology, so there were some temples and a Pantheon (another work behind scaffolding at the moment :( ) around the lake. (Film trivia: in the 2005 Pride and Prejudice, Keira Knightley refuses Mr. Darcy inside the Temple of Apollo, then ...
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