The Fleece at Cirencester
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Our 13th Blog Entry:Our channel crossing was an unexpected pleasure. The good ship 'Bretagne', one of Brittany Ferries finest, carried us from St Malo to Portsmouth over some 9 hours. A very pleasant lunch, a glass of wine, and a bit of a nod in recliner lounge chairs made it very enjoyable.
It was a funny feeling, being back in a country where English is the first language,.. we both felt quietly exhilarated,. In our first 4 weeks we enjoyed the ...
... I'd better hurry up and finish so I can go and watch!! I'll let the pictures do the talking again and bid you goodnight, but first a huge thanks to Ash and Soph for having us - it was a perfect day. There's nothing like an English summer day. Highlights: Liam - playing with Owen Isobel - tbc!! (She's collapsed in a heap before we could ask ...
... and the land surrounding the same village. The remainder of the Estate, comprising of some 11,500 acres, is run by the 9th Earl Bathurst and managed for the benefit of succeeding generations, again in Trust. The Show. It's been a bit surreal seeing so many of our friends from Aust and NZ and other acquaintances from all over the world. Meeting people and their dogs here in the UK that previously we could only read about and talk to ...
... an old white and blue scarf which I collected from the thistle patch and took home to wash. I had Arwen take a heap of photos of me in front of doorways, trees, bushes, houses, fences, benches, stumps, signs, flowers and walls. It was fun.
Around 4 in the afternoon we went to Littlecot house and gardens. It was very beautiful and interesting; with tales of hauntings; an orangery I have fallen for and ...
... 8211; they sell everything! The days in Cirencester consist of sleeping, watching tv, occasionally eating, and more sleeping. I seem to be experiencing the worst jetlag I've had and now to add to it, I have this lovely cold... So thats pretty much it so far. Not very exciting I know, but lets hope I get over this jetlag and sickness soon so I can actually get out of bed and see the ...