Goldstone Hall Hotel
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... mark the 900th birthday of the Cathedral.
The choir stalls, which were built in 1380, are both beautiful and grotesque. Part of their beauty lies in the delicate high spiky intricate canopy which is perched above the stalls, and part of their grotesqueness lies in the wonderful carvings at the end of each stall, and on the misericords.
Thanks to Google I now know that a misericordia or act of mercy seat was a really clever medieval way of helping the old and ...
After quite a full 10 days away, visiting family in Cheshunt and Norfolk and catching up with some friends in Islington, we returned to Charis at Autherley Junction and met Paul who had been watering our flowers in our absence. He had done a very good job too. We moved just a couple of miles further north and stopped in the middle of nowhere at some very good moorings (with rings), intending to move on to Brewood early the next morning to get to ...
... been weather warnings all day across the country because of the tail end of a hurricane. When the rain cleared we took Logan for a walk. This evening the rain has stopped but it is very windy, we have made sure that we aren't parked too close to any if the old ...
We've had mixed feelings about whether to attend the festival fringe because we've heard quite a lot of negative things about it, in particular that many of the performers don't enjoy it much because it's little more than a trade show for them and most of them lose money but feel they need to be there for the sake of their careers. However when we found out that Nick Helm was doing a couple of ...
My last journey starts with a ten hour journey with Virgin Atlantic which I'm very excited about! I kindly asked Eduardo if I could get a good seat but that landed on deaf ears, I was sat in between an Emo British guy who wasn't going to say a word and a very drunk and drugged up American. It was the American that worried me the most when he bought out a big black rucksack full of electrical wiring. How do you explain that to customs, ...