Lyncombe Lodge Hotel & Restaurant
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... the most interesting of things. Dogs are very good at ideas. I think?" "Let's go blackberry picking!" Miss Washington beamed. "There should be plenty of them down by the river at this time of year." "Oh, very good." Said Barney. "Splendid." Barney and Miss Washington left the house, and wandered down to the path along the river. No sooner had they started picking blackberries when Mr Fisher arrived on his bicycle. "Dog! Dog!" Mr Fisher called, ...
... the Telly" and he said "Yes I am " and I said Well that's cool Hello" and he smiled and said Hello back.. Now if I could just remember his name..Inside I came across the others and I went to tell them I just saw a TV star and they pulled out their cameras and showed me the photos they had with him..Funny thing was none of us could remember his name...So pulled the phone out and Googled Actors in "Bridesmaids" and it was Matt Lucas..also in Little Britain and many other shows.. ...
again to go to the hotel.Saw the animal wall , will post some pictures,
when the internet connection allows. Dinner was in a little village
about 30 min drive from Cardiff in the Blue Anchor hotel Established in
1380. Lovely thatched roof pub made from reclaimed timbers from ships
wrecked on the coastline. They had a Welsh harpist playing while we ate
another lovely dinner. Think we need to stop eating.
... told that each day the market operates, around 9-10 coaches full of shoppers and special trains full of shoppers turn up in Bath, swamping the shops and chalets. When we arrived at the train station to catch our train back to London, hundreds of very determined looking shoppers were already disembarking from the trains, and racing to be first at the shops. We decided that it was a very good time to be leaving! Off to Heathrow tomorrow. Boo Hoo ...
This morning I was terribly brave and caught a regular route bus from Bath, through some funny little villages. Places such as Wellsway Odd Down Corner, Peasedown St John Red Post, Orchard Way Faulkland View and Radstock were the first stops along the way. The next one was Midsomer Norton. Yes, there really is a place called Midsomer. I chose not to stop in Midsomer, in fear for my life. There are always three murders a week in that part of the world, according to the TV. After ...