Hunter'S Hall Inn
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We had a great time in Cardiff apart from the cricket. I got go to the Cardiff castle and see day 3 of the first test where 15 wickets fell in one day. I was hoping that day was to be remembered as the day of watto but as a lot of people say "Are we seriously relying on Shane Watson". Anyway Cardiff castle was brilliant and i got to model Steve smith. We go to Paris in a few days. So ...
... the fields. We called into each village and checked out antique shops nothing purchased just feed our eyes. Today Saturday left to go to car boot sale here in Stratford the size of Coffs Showgrounds took about 3 hrs to get around. Then we picked more fruit and went to Warwick. Home this afternoon packing ready for tomorrow we leave at 7 am for London 2 1/2 hrs away its hot here 27 degrees ...
... layout and the attractions are really good. There are lots to do for the whole family, it great to see someone with the vision to do this. There will be lots of tired people at the end of the day, looking forward to see Jeff's photos tomorrow at church. This will be a great place to bring Nell in a few years time. Looking forward to a nice Chinese tonight to round off the ...
... the pubs, some of them dating back to the 16th Century, and we just have to stop and sample them. We're just travelling at walking pace, although even the walkers along the towpath pass us and the joggers pass in a blur, but it doesn't seem slow. Just such a leisurely way to be spending a few days. And now at the end of that trip we're back at Louise and Jon's house in the village of Rode, having just had lunch with a gaggle of "lost" cousins, spending an hilarious couple of ...
... cases the filling was eaten and the pastry left behind.
We heard that Georgian ladies worn elaborate wigs that were attached to their own hair with the use of animal fat and remained in place a number of weeks. As a result, women often slept sitting up and should they lay down, mice were attracted to the wigs as a place to build a nest: certainly less glamorous than they looked!
We left the house via the servants stairs to ...