Mercure Winchester Wessex Hotel
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... and King Alfred statue. Winchester is a beautiful city full of wonderful old buildings and steeped in atmosphere and I think people are so privileged to live amongst it all.
Paul asked us what we wanted to see in the area so naturally we said Stonhenge was a must. And so began a beautiful day with ideal sunny weather. First stop Stonehenge. Alan and I walked all around the ring of famous stones reading all the interpretive boards to absorb the likely history, ...
Another day of beautiful English sun today - apparently only 22 but seemed more. I squeezed in an early morning run to explore Whitchurch some more - it's only a small town so having now seen the station and industrial estate I think I've got it's measure. Our friends were both working today so we 4 jumped on a bus to Winchester - about 30 mins. ...
... beautiful, including the dome. We elected not to climb the 528 steps to the top. We then visited the crypts (complete with the Crypts Cafe). We finished up our tour and headed out to lunch. We found a nice cafe within sight distance of the cathedral, called the Saints. It was towards the end of lunch time but there were still some business people left. I had fish pie and a glass of wine and Danielle had moroccan chicken and a beer. It was ...
... month, etc. I have done this with several items we use on a regular basis. I can get our cat food and diet sodas there at a cheaper price than buying them at the store. But yesterday I might have gone over the tilt meter just a tad. My deliveries arrived almost at once. They had to be passing each other in the driveway. Amazon came with all my drinks and cat food (once a month), then some things I had ordered for Valentine's day, ...
... be tracked. But snow means no golfers.
Until this week! Surrey has taken some heavy rainfall this week and parts of Surrey have gone swimming involuntarily. Our own garden is a mixture of swamp and muck but at least not underwater like some of my friends. The first day after the big storm that dumped water on Surrey this week, I was home all day and not once did I see a golfer out on the course. I didn't think ...