Guyers House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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All packed and ready to go by 11.00 a still left a little late. No trouble on the roads and swift service for lunch in the pub so arrived in good time at the parking. Good service as usual and through check in without issue. No question about the skis, boots or hand bags. Bumped into Jim Humphries in the check in queue, pleased they are not headed to our resort - the sauna could have been ...
... which was nice. Janja ( said like yanya) and I spent Monday wandering around. We went to a museum and checked out local sights! Great day! Spent the evening having a few drinks. And I've also learned about couch surfing. Something I've heard of but never really did. It's basically a site of people who offer you their couch, and you stay with them for free and its set up so you'd offer your couch too. NOW I know ...
... think I'm finally improving a little but can't be sure because every time I've said that it's turned out to be not quite right and I'm coughing my lungs up again. I don't think my nose and chest can possibly hold any more green stuff so here's hoping that's the last of it and I get better from here, especially as a very cold New Year's Eve outside by Big Ben is quickly approaching! We are back at Tottenham now and have a couple of days in London ...
... I’d rather be here than anywhere else in the world".
We walk into the southern edge of Marlborough in time to grab a coffee before exploring the two churches here. The first, St. Peters, is a real discovery for me. Along this journey I have often thought the church buildings to be a wonderful community opportunity but because of the religious domination of the building, they lay often empty and locked fulfilling only a tiny portion of ...
... to the top of the escarpment on the other side.
We walked through a grove of 400 year old Beech trees before sidling along the edge of the escarpment for a few kilometres. Thankfully the wind was now blowing away from the edge and this made us feel a bit more confident.
This afternoon we walked over Crickley Hill, the site of an Iron Age promontory fort. You can see how defensible the site would be once the promontory entrance had walls ...