Mansfield House Hotel
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... foot with our backpackers in the floods!! However we got there got ready and headed out for our first night, we met a few other travellers (Brad and Clive) who we went out with and the night turned into Ellie, Kyle and Coxy jumping through hoops of fire and fire limbo!! The next three nights all rolled into one, the weather picked up for us which was surprising because it is low season so we spent a day around the pool. ...
... Lot's of horse riders around here which means lots of money. The funny thing is these little villages seem to thrive. Specially the villages in the more rural areas, The pub and church are the centre of the community and both tend to be busy. As we are getting close to Westbury a vehicle pops out of a treeline on the hill to our left and motors across the field. It was a wee way away and I couldn't quite make out what it was, then Mag sayds "Can you see the tank ...
... is a photograph of him on Flickr and I am almost certain that it is the man I was talking with this morning. He certainly spoke as if he was the owner.
Mabonlaw house according to the visitors could have had three bedrooms upstairs (one had been made into a bathroom) and there may have been a fourth downstairs bedroom which is now a utility room. They would have needed that as Helen went to housekeep for a widower with six children. Then after ...
... distributing bread and cheese to those they met on the way to church.
The writer stressed that births, burials and bridals were almost the only times these people engaged in “open entertainments and amusements” which contrasted ”strongly with the stern and rigid manners” usually associated with religious practices.
I intended to have a relaxing afternoon, but couldn’t gain entry to my B&B as no ...
... all too buggered and missed it. I got the job of taking a few photos for foreigners in front of the Palace but is was a real treat to actually see it. We then walked over to No 10 Downing St where the security was huge but great to see. We had our photo taken with one of the royal mounted guards and then headed for parliament and the famous Big Ben. Lunch was at a crowded local pub and was really great. We then walked across the ...