Giffard House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... buried there, which really has nothing to do with holiness but is cool anyway.
Winchester is a lovely cathedral, no offense, but I began to remember my Australian friends of thirty years ago and their acronym for these, “ABC—Another Bloody Cathedral.” England, and Europe for that matter, is filled with such magnificent religious architectural masterpieces. In Britain, generally speaking, the stained glass that distinguishes many of them ...
... br> We fiddled and fiddled and fiddled and fiddled and there was just no way we could get the blasted new bulb into this light socket. Totally by feel and stretched to the limit wasn't working. It is way too complicated, albeit a lovely fixture and quite stunning a decor, but way too complicated to continue to try and fit in the light bulb by feel only plus we had to do three of them. So the ladder is ...
... security thing has gotten way out of hand because of a couple of jerks, basically, who should have been shot anyway. If it weren't for the joy of seeing new places and new things and meeting new people, exploring new cultures, and learning new things, I'd probably never leave the house.
Two, the let down when you get back. You've had your fun, your adventure, your little bit of holiday and maybe it went well, maybe it didn't ...
... by following the east coast down through Scarborough and Bridlington, having loved Whitby so much. It was an interesting contrast, to say the least.
Scarborough looked very promising as we entered the town with wide streets and large period style houses. On a piece of high rocky headland sits the 11th century ruins of Scarborough castle and it is this that sort of separates the sea front into two bays. The north bay ...
Good morning!! Today we had a brief class by Moody in the flat about the hierarchy and history of the Tudor dynasty and leading up to the Jacobean era. After a brief lecture we grabbed our train to Winchester for some more teachings. Once we arrived, we took a tour of the council building holding Arthur's round table ( which is a bit of a conspiracy). Come to find the tree used to make the table would have been from the 1500's ...