Homewood Park Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we are still at least 8 hours away from Yorkshire! Devon and Cornwall are so close, and we really love visiting these western counties, but we just don’t have the time on this trip.
So at Bridport we turned north and drove through the heart of Dorset, through picturesque villages of thatched roof houses, and through beautiful green pastures and sheep . . . . lots and lots ...
... for a picnic and some gas – about ¾ tank for $100. Petrol is priced by the litre, and works out to about $9.50 per US gallon. There was a Burger King, and a Greggs Bakery and Krispy Kreme in this rest stop, but we stuck with our picnic.
After we circled around to give London and its environs a wide berth, we left the motorway system and started towards Dorset on small narrow roads. Some of the ...
... coming off the M4 in London is pretty busy. But our next coach doesn't leave Victoria until 11:30 so I'm not too nervous. My confidence is almost shattered when as we don't get off Tardy Coach until 11:20 due to traffic around the bus station. We leave arrivals and Victoria Station is like a zoo. There are people and luggage everywhere. I only have enough time to grab a bottle of water before getting ...
... and one could eat inside or sit at a table set in the garden. Very attractive. Cam and gelding drove down from Bath with their children to see us which was very nice of them. Had an early night as we wanted to leave early in morning to drive to Ilfracombe by tea ...
... be dedicated to human themes (birth - life - death cycles). Today it remains a magnet to visitors and Pagans alike.
In the 1930's Alexander Kellier, marmalade heir, purchased 950 acres of land in Avebury to excavate and restore the circles. Where stones had been removed (often by local farmers to construct dwellings and fences) markers were placed. His passion and works in the area form the basis of much of today's understanding ...