Guyers House Hotel
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... and Jim for their tip. We spent a week at Le Pelly Camping, Sixt Fer à Cheval. Probably the most beautiful campsite in France. Please go. It's stunning.
It was stunning, but nothing beats Camping des Glaciers "the mountains campsite" in Val Ferret, Switzerland. The winding climbing drive there confirmed it. We wanted to spend a whole month here.
Jude and Pa joined for a week of family fun and respite for Tim and ...
... for the wealthy who wanted a home in Bath when they came to take advantage of the curative waters at the baths. The first of these houses is now a museum open to the public. It is appointed with Georgian furnishings and shows how the wealthy would have lived here as well as their servants. For instance it was the height of fashion for a lady to shave her eyebrows and paste on carefully trimmed strips of ...
... tour didn’t finish until after 1 pm. We grabbed a quick bite to eat at Subway and used the bathrooms. You had to buy something to get the code that would unlock the restroom!
After lunch we went to the 500 year old Abbey. It was bombed by Germany in World War II in retaliation for the Allied bombing of history sites in Germany. The Abbey was all but destroyed, however it was restored in the 1950s and 60s and it ...
... leaving one lane in the middle (then cars take turns to pass through) or the other situation is where there is just barely enough room for two cars to squeak by each other. Great fun and always challenging.
Holt is where the Bailey's come from. Ann Bailey was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Bailey. She married Henry Maslen and they had two children: Elizabeth Maslen and Joseph Maslen. Looking at ...
... suddenly act like I was navigator in a car rally! We zoomed past the front of Buckingham Palace - hoards of people held back everywhere by ropes - maybe it was for the changing of the guards or maybe they were seeing us off- unfortunately there was no time for a royal wave as I was clenching my knees in that way normally reserved for teaching a first driving lesson!!!
Finally we cleared London and drove for a long boring time on the M4 -