Guyers House Hotel
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... place. From Bibury we drove through Bourton on the water and on to Stow on the Wold. The area is lovely with beautiful views of the countryside We enjoyed the drive along the narrow lines, high hedges lined the road and the hedgerows were full of cow parsley and buttercups. After another great meal we enjoyed local cheeses with a slice of Mary's Bara Brith, we have really appreciated this generous hospitality but tomorrow we move ...
Today we went into Bath and although we had been here several times before it was still a pleasure to look around. We drove to the park and ride as usual which is very handy and then walked down to the shopping centre. Didn't buy much but had a nice lunch. There were several buskers and this statue figure had us baffled for a while. It was very cold today compared to our time ...
... up the career ladder, met Jon, moved in with Jon, bought our first property together and we are now getting married. The mind boggles at how much has happened, how much difference there is between 18 and 26. I was so so young back then, and I'm sure I'll say the same thing about the me now in 10 years time, but equally I do believe that those formative early 20s years are a big jump for most people. You ...
... surrounding it that give it its power. I lay back for a brief moment of rest and wonder what the connection was for the people buried here. Was it the presence of the trees that drew them?, Both Debby and I are enraptured in this early autumn paradise and once again I feel the tiredness pouring out of me. All manner of earthy colours are fused in this setting. Now I think I understand why and how I am walking The Ridgeway. As Hamish Miller and Paul Broadhurst have ...
... there are also numerous stone formations that one can actually walk up to and touch. Avebury consists of 3 stone circles that are probably best seen from an aerial perspective, as we couldn't quite make out what was a full circle. The main circle is the largest stone circle in Europe today.
We then started our 2 hour and a bit journey back after a long and very interesting day filled with history and heritage sites. It was lovely.