BEST WESTERN Livermead Cliff Hotel
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Heavy down pours cause severe flooding http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-20493378 http://m.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/nov/24/ uk-flood-warnings-heavy-rain-forecast With nations meeting in Doha to discuss a global plan to tackle climate change, the terrible floods hitting the UK are a stark warning about the need for urgent action to cut emissions (Labour accuses ministers of flood defence cuts, 27 November). ...
... it Wetherspoons indulging in our first holiday drink. Looks like the blog may be short lived as the bag with all the chargers in it, does not appear to have one for the iPad. Panic over, found myself in the Dixon travel shop and they had just what I've always wanted, a world traveler iPad charging pack for a mere £35, rather pleased I didn't forget anything that would have been expensive. Through screening and find a pleasant bar, terminal four is much nicer than ...
So leisurely start to the day with repacking for the journey and a late breakfast. We were picked up on time at 12 and headed for the airport where we checked in with a slight sweat; my case was bang on 23kgs (the limit) Gill's came in at 26.5 kgs but no one said anything , so we didn't either. Good on time flight back with a surprisingly decent meal and free drinks, a novelty in this age. We arrived back at Heathrow on time, long walk in T5 but the ...
... tourists, coaches and gaudy, cheesy shops... but the Gorge itself was uncluttered. Few people and no signage.
As we drove through to the end, the land opened out again and the views looking towards Glastonbury are beautiful. The Tor pokes out of the middle of the landscape and is visible for miles around.
Wells was the next stop, where we parked and the car was instantly a draw, with people wanting to take photos, and the local drunk who had come out ...
... extensive that I would have imagined. Sheila's tea came with a scone and clotted cream and strawberry jam. I did go around the store and checked out cheeses, coffee and toys. We were both surprised to find the "Sticking Bishop" cheese which, according to Sheila, was not all that sticking! It was really a time travel kind of store and cafe. It was an accidental choice and yet it left an ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed