The Manor House Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... world? Big question, if not a long one! But a good question nonetheless. Why not?! I have nothing to run away from so that bit was easy to answer. But escape....now there's a thought :-) I predict that, although I will enjoy this experience, I will understand and begin to appreciate the brilliance and freedom we experience in the UK compared to other countries even though we take it for ...
... we went to Bristol, which I would say Bristol is to England, what Austin is to Texas. And by that, Bristol exudes that super artsy, up and coming, hippy vibe. It is most famous for Bansky, which is a street artist that I am fascinated by. I mentioned him earlier when I went to London but he was believed to have been born in Bristol and has a lot of famous works there. So we walked around town looking at all the Banksy's and shopped. More dreams came true that ...
After many months of planning and thinking , here we are, just a few months away from the best adventure of our lives. Jon and I are getting married on the 27th of July 2015 and then going travelling for an entire year! :)
There is a lot to do still, but we have planned our route and started packing our bags. There is so much to look forward to, from the long train journeys through Russia, to riding wild horses ...
... 45 minutes before the game we were entertained by an outstanding welsh choir who moved around the ground, performing for various sections of the crowd. It set the scene for the most awe inspiring national anthem I have ever experienced. Led by the choir, the crowd sang so spiritedly I would challenge any crowd anywhere else in the world to do better. I was truly moved. The haka was a bit of an anti climax after that.
The other thing ...
... interesting. Set on the very edge of a small town, it was run on permaculture principles, with lots of "no-dig" beds and shrubs and plants and veg allowed to grow where they wanted to. It also mainly consisted of edible plants, some of which I'd never encountered before.
Yet, given all those good points, I still had a fairly miserable time here and vaguely considered leaving at one point. The main reason I disliked it was the atmosphere in ...