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... small arcades that run off the mall. We found a nice little pub at the end to have our dinner in.. It was awesome. We three girls had the Chicken and mushroom pie ..Yummo.! After dinner we headed back I found a TK Maxx store so left the others to go in and have a poke around..as usual I found some stuff I couldn't live without.. I walked back by myself..as I came to the front of the Hotel there was this Bald bloke with a familiar face..so dumbo me says " Hey I know you, ...
... farm-scapes to Glastonbury. Another abbey but this one in
ruins but in it's day it was the largest cathedral in England. On
Glastonberry tor , a large hill with a tower built on top, it is said
the holy grail is buried, plus King Arthur. It is supposed to be the
isle of Avalon and he surrounding farm land once covered in water , to
be the lake containing the lady of the lake ,who Arthur had to return ...
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However, we did get to go the "town of books" - Hay-on-Wye, where there were over 70 bookstores! While visiting one of those stores, the owner told us that not too far away was Arthur's Stone, a huge burial chamber, so we visited it and were duly impressed. For those of you who have read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, this is the ruin that C.S. Lewis had in his mind when he tells of ...
... one. Strange rules!!
Porthcawl is like all other sea side towns, amusement parks, ice cream stores etc. Wendy & I had a beautiful home made ice cream, even though I was rugged up for the winter. We all walked along the esplanade & over to where the boats were in the lock. Porthcawl is tidal like Barry Island & you can see how far the tide rises by the mark on the lock wall. Once again the ...
... It was interesting to see that many of the buildings had a sort of honey colored sheen to them, which was from the stone that was quarried in the area.
The city of Bath was built along the River Avon and upon seven hills. We were given just a little over 2 hours to explore the city, so once again, we had our work cut out for us. The first thing I did, was get in line to go to the Roman Baths. Admission was 13.25 pounds, ...