Lyncombe Lodge Farmhouse Hotel
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... and is a city with 7 major hills, so we went on the "Skyline" tour and then the "City" tour. This town, aside from being famous for its water (similar to Daylesford), is famous for its stone - bath stone - and In early days was mined underneath current buildings, so much so that some of the areas we travelled are having trouble with subsidence. In one specific ...
Off to check Cardiff out. Another city.
Onto Bath - wandered around. Used the park and ride, which are common around here since the cities are congested because of the narrow 1800 streets. Definitely the best way to discover what cities are all about is (a) find the information centre and (b) ride the on ...
... is a problem in a number of cathedrals, however the cathedral is Bath is a particular problem because it is so heavily used.
The southwest of England is a beautiful part of the country. The most amazing part to me is that the countryside is green here, as compared to Australia where most things are permanently dead looking. Some of countryside towns are also pretty, and I hope they succeed in maintaining their heritage into the ...
... bin slashin n burnin” they explained. I thought they might be Vikings and hoped they wouldn’t get on to the rapin and piligin! But their job was to come from Glasgow each day and fight the Rhododendrons. But they would burn them to minimise grow back, and I guess it leaves less of a scar over time on the landscape.
Now this is all because Rhodies are an “introduced” species. Non native to the British Isles. But I am not convinced it is ...
... into rail cars for transport across the U.K. Our coach had to go through a wash before leaving this area to make sure we didn't track coal dust out into the community.
#6: Cars being loaded on a ship - There were hundreds of new cars waiting to be loaded onto this ship for transport to other countries in Europe.
#7: Blacknore Point Lighthouse
#8: Our room at the B&B
#9: The Needles
Map M: Route to Milford on Sea
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