Holiday Inn Taunton M5, Jct. 25
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Set in the beautiful rural village of Evershot the Trigloo is the perfect place to spend a few days exploring the finest things that Dorsetshire has to offer. The three bedroom house is at least a 100 years old and could be up to 1100 years old if you were to assume it was built at the same time that the village came into being.
There are literally several things to do in the immediate area. Go to the pub for ...
... also a beautiful garden. We then made the trip to Stonehenge. It felt quite surreal coming along the freeway and suddenly seeing Stonehenge in the distance, it was definitely much bigger than I thought it would be. Once we arrived at the visitors centre we caught a shuttle bus out to the actually site of Stonehenge. Apparently they recently moved the visitors centre away from the site in order the preserve it. With our audio guides in ...
Melanie and Craig both had the day off with us today and we took a while to get up and moving as it was a bit wet outside. We decided to go to the Wookey Hole caves but when we got there they had no power due to the storm and couldn't guarantee it coming back on anytime soon. We moved onto plan B which was Glastonbury Abbey, as we hadn't been through the ruins in many years. We all had our coats and umbrellas and braved the wet weather to ...
... a passenger trailer on the back of a trailer to our respective accommodation (me = the bothy! Phil = Upper Annexe). We were given the use of a hire bike each, which we soon put into use to cycle up to Tresco Abbey Gardens to meet Mike Nelhams for a brief garden tour and introduction. Our cease were delivered to our accommodation just after 6pm, so after a quick shower we met for dinner in The New ...
... C sized sensors such as the one on the Canon 7D, not Full Frame ones like my 6D - argh!) Maybe I should just bite the bullet and pick up that 17-40mm L lens I've had my eye on (or maybe the 24-105mm)? I mean, how often do you get the chance to explore the beauty of Italy? In my experience, not very often at all, and I really wouldn't want to miss "that perfect shot" just because I didn't have the right lens attached. Of course there's a very high chance that ...