Guyers House Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
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Great trip down to Bristol, lovely air conditioned coach. The views through the Forest of Dean were spectacular. Crossing the river, over the bridge was breathtaking, as the tide was out, so you could see the extent that the river comes up. At Noah's ark, they seemed to have upgraded some of the facilities, which is really good. Thanks to Jeff for the cup of coffee, well ...
... very much like Dorrigo there we seen about a dozen little squirrels playing in the wild oh so cute see picture they are the introduced ones. Then to Tintern Abbey had picnic there on river and seen relics of abbey seen 7 River Bridge. Now we are back at Inn the others are all having Nana an Pa naps off at 5.30 to walk along Wye river to a 14th century Inn for ...
... Crescent. Very beautiful facades. And interesting to read that it was only from the front that the buildings were uniform; the backs were all individual. We then turned around and walked back down through town. Saw some people in bathrobes on the roof of the Thermae Bath Spa. It was about 4pm when we got back to our car, and we headed back to our B&B at that point.
p.s. For kicks, I uploaded some pictures from my previous trip to Bath in May 1992.
... some later re-occupation during the Roman period.
Despite being a clearly visible landmark to the millions who pass along the M4 motorway it is rarely unknown, apparently because it doesn’t have a car park!
I find it easy to understand how this place was the favourite haunt of Richard Jeffries, a local writer of natural history and rural life:
“It was on this summit that he relates in his autobiography, “The Story of My ...
... finding a swan's nest, and many pretty Mallard ducks swimming about.....then with sprinkles of rain intermittently with sunshine, headed off via a circuitous route to Bibury, with it's impressive row of workman's cottages or Arlington Row, and river flowing by with man practicing fly fishing. Watching pheasant in grasses nearby with female posing on stone wall, when male suddenly flew to roof top in search. More wandering about this cute village and ...