The Falstaff Hotel
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... see the castle...and tea won! So, we'd driven all this way and didn't quite get to see the castle!!! Still, we found out that the family actually demolished part of the castle when they built the House because they wanted a better view (they literally cut the corner!!) and also the castle was stripped of furnishings and materials for the benefit of the House, so not much to see by all accounts!
We followed ...
... direction, it seemed.
Exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail.
Many famous historical figures were laid to rest in this cathedral, and it was intriguing to see their tombs: Edward, the Black Prince ; St. Anselm and many others. The most striking to me was the memorial to Thomas Beckett, 12th century Archbishop ...
... to acquire self loathing and among my favorite are Whoppers and strawberry milkshakes, or go for a wax and really hate yourself.
If I’m the only female that feels this way then I apologize for generalizing but yo, this is my blog and my turf, step off. To the wildly offended dudes thinking “frigid ***** it’s because she can’t get laid” you’re probably using that as a defense mechanism to cope with the lack of conversational ...
... horrific death, but you'll die a 1/4 pound lighter.
-If you've read this far, you now know this is a diabolical scheme to make people suffer with me.
One quick controversial religious exposť before I go roll up in fetal position and cough:
*You won't be any more miserable on my plan than the millions of Catholics that practice the new age of Lent called: "I Don't Have The ...
... this nonsense for a good five minutes. God alone knows if he thinks he's Fatboy Slim about to rave up tens of thousands of beach-loving partiers, but it's almost wilderness levels out here. The poor, but thankfully few, neighbours just grit their teeth and endure.
Rather than retrace our steps along the beach we detour off and meander through the little streets,
along which sweet cottages with tiny gardens jostle with newly refurbished, designer ...