Holiday Inn Salisbury Stonehenge
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... a good start! It's brewed locally too which is cool. I had a delicious starter of king prawns with butter garlic and herbs, then had a main of a veal sirloin. The veal is sourced from local farms, and was amazing! Don't think all my food will consist of such nice meals, but I thought I'd live it up while LIC were paying! Was too full to order any dessert, but the sticky toffee pud would have been my ...
As you could probably guess from the title of this entry, I went back to school last week. *plays sad music* In less depressing news, how is it in Australia? Nice and sunny and warm? How nice...because it's definitely not like that here. It's cold, and Christmas adverts flood the telly. If you think that it's too early for Christmas adverts, prepare yourself. I was in sainsbury's (the English version of woolworths) ...
... beauty, even luxury, with cleanliness and quiet a given. Then comes a string of helpless, despairing thoughts, but every time I have managed to curtail it with: “The next place will be better, have a real bed, be near a bathroom, have sheets with a thread count, etc.…And…Scene”.
After the predictable, disappointment and heartbreak, the usual efforts to bring the basics up to my high standards, this time a new insight ...
The first day of the actual tour. We were pretty happy to find out that the group was fairly small, just 23 people on this tour, so their was lots of space available on the 50 passenger bus.
The first stop was at Stonehenge, the worlds first jenga set. We toured the site and grabbed a quick bite before we got back on the bus for the next stop, Bath.
... the naturally occurring hot springs that produced many minerals including sulfur. People would come wide and far to drink and bathe in this "magical" water, which was really just the sulfur that helped clean up skin conditions. Once the Romans discovered this natural hot spring they built what is still standing today!
Such an amazing day seeing so much of this beautiful country!