The Fleece at Cirencester
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... s no snow like you are all getting, so it's not too bad! And helps I'm naturally always warm! People can't seem to figure out where I'm from! I don't sound quite right, and the tan is confusing apparently!! When asked where I was from, and said Canada " oh wow, I wouldn't of guessed that you don't look white!" Hahaha ;) it's been a time! Churches and everything here, is just old and fantastic! Sunday evening I met a ...
This morning we cabbed to Paddington Station and jumped on the train for a trip to Kemble in the Cotswolds to visit Ash and Sophie Smith and their kids Owen and Harvey. They are here from Sydney and staying in Sophie's sister Anna's house for a couple of weeks. And what a beautiful house it is - an absolute oasis away from the madness of London - ...
Today we went to the first of 3 Shows during our stay in the United Kingdom. This was held at the Estate of The Earl and Countess Bathurst. The Countess has a keen interest on dogs, once owning a Golden Retriever and now she has two Springer Spaniels. Information about the Park below was taken from : http://www.cirencesterpark.co.uk/index. php?mpl=1 The core of the Estate has fundamentally remained unchanged and has a well maintained ...
... and watching tv. However I had afew interesting points including the walk to the end of the street to call friends and family and seeing a bunch of people on horses trot by while on the phone. Then went out for another hour for a quick look at some shops where I bought nail polish. Then had a piece of vegemite toast mmm, did some washing, painted my nails and just relaxed for the rest of the ...
After about twenty minutes we arrived at Castle Combe via tiny roads and even some lanes through heavily wooded areas. This tiny town has often been judged to be England’s most beautiful village and we had to park and walk down into it. All the houses were joined and their tiny front facades were like dolls houses with wee windows to match. Our cameras worked overtime as we strolled along. A table outside one house offered freshly baked cakes and muffins to buy ...