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... to Little Sodbury where a cab was prearranged to pick us up to take us to our lodging fir the night in Chipping Sodbury, the Rounceval House Hotel. This was arranged as this hotel is two miles from the trail. Tomorrow he will return to take us back to Little Sodbury so we can carry on toward Bath. Rounceval House us a great old house in the centre of town that was turned into a small hotel. Great huge rooms with fireplaces. Great change from the last few nights. Our happy hour ...
... love cocktails. For my last meal I was cook a beautiful leg of british lamb with all the trimmings including Yorkshire puddings (going to be making them for everyone at home). Must admit that I am missing dads lamb, I haven't had a lamb chop on a barbie since I left. This will be the first request when I get home that is for ...
Last night I had a dream that Tom E. and I had super powers and we could move things with our minds. One of the college buildings started falling down, so people called us to come stop it. I ran out to the quad and used my powers to lift the building, but it was heavy so I yelled for someone to get Tom. Then he came out and we were able to fix the building. Then we got a call from NASA saying they needed our help with something for one of their ...
... really ignores all the history and intellect of the place.
The most spectacular was Christ Church College which gave much of the inspiration for Hogwarts
School in the Harry Potter movies.
Had a nice English pub lunch at the White Horse. Quoting from TripAdvisor: "It has lots of charm and is apparently the place where Winston Churchill used to frequent as a student. Its other claims to fame are the filming of Morse and Lewis there. All ...
... and especially the pigeon) survived, a message could be sent home. On numerous occasions this resulted in crews being rescued from ditchings in the North Sea, thanks to pigeons conveying their positions home.
Pigeons were regularly used by secret agents for communications home, and pigeon capsules were parachuted into occupied countries, especially France. Luckily there were lots of homing pigeons available, thanks to the British fetish for this sport ...