Northover Manor Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and found a nearby 'square' to drive around and around to wait for her. It was fun. We drove around about twenty times. Amy thought that someone was looking at us funny. Turned out to be a shop mannikin so we teased her about that for the next 10 laps before Jo-Ann arrived and ot into the car. This was her third time in Bath in less than a year
The next stop was Lacock which is a National Trust village cauught in the turn of the 19th Century. The ...
... for one of the shows that Tristan watched Primeval. He took about 100 photos of the exterior which he will use to refine his Google Sketchup drawings back at home. Back on the road and past Stonehenge (viewable from the road) and round to the carprak to discover that it was closed early due to the Public holiday. The attendant kindly told us a nearby villiage we could park at a walk close to Stonehenge from the opposite direction from the 'official' pathways. But it ...
... in two. So I was pleased to find a replacement though David, my cousin, will be interested to know it cost £30.00. I think some of the cost is because it is hinged so it folds away neatly.
In another attempt to pass time I caught a bus to Dorchester. I have been to the town before and have liked it because of its history, its setting and its interesting little shops. This time I went there specifically to buy road maps of Spain, Portugal ...
... to the hotel, collected Rebecca's gear and walked to her apartment. Her apartment is freezing. We did a load of washing in her new washing machine. Worked well, very quiet, but long. Left my stuff there to dry. It was too cold to stay, so we went back to the hotel. It was a cold and wet day. Not raining heavy, but drizzling and windy. The wind is the worst. Had an early tea, then on to the Abbey, to listen ...
... my neighbours seat - during which the driver points out various landmarks such as the white horse sculpture built into the hillside, a village with some thatched roofs and so on. For most of the trip, I just read the Kindle of Happiness. We arrived at Stone Henge Visitors Centre, the bus parked in the coach area, we were provided with audio guides, and we all caught the shuttle bus to the actual stones. As you walk around the stones there are ...