Milford Hall Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... place with plants seeming to grow where they will. Only in one spot did we find an organized planting of flowers and other flora amid an expanse of lawn. It was a nice walk and by the time we got back to the Royal Crescent the house was open. The Royal Crescent is a graceful arc of buildings from the Georgian period. There is a hotel in the center section with homes making up the rest of the crescent. These ...
... up into 5 groups. The tour is supposed to be 90 minutes, but we are told may vary depending on the group and guide. Our guide starts by telling us about the square we're in and then proceeds to walk us around the entire old town area pointing out the sites and giving out basic information. This is a great way to get to know where things are at and figure out what you want to check out further. Our group was pretty large and slow ...
... of gab. Then there was a political demonstration of unknown content, which converted traffic into a parking lot.
Despite not sleeping on the plane (which left Ft. Lauderdale at 10pm the night before), I was determined to attend Shakespeare's "Richard II" at the Globe Theatre. Those of you who know me know that I am directionally-challenged. So of course, I crossed the wrong bridge. The Thames didn't care and neither should you! I turned a 25-minute ...
... steel ship, the Great Britain. There were a lot of cafes, some on boats, in the downtown area, and a lot of people outside on lunch break. We didn't have a lot of time on our meter, so bought sandwiches from a food truck by a park. Tuna with sweet corn, actually pretty good, and coronation chicken, which we had seen around the UK. That turned out to be a yummy chicken salad with curry in it...wish I ...
Stonehenge - a pile of rocks may sound boring but for everything they've discovered they still don't know what it was used for. The stones do have a presence and you are mystified and awed by this amazing structure. An excellent visitor's centre, a fun trip on the "carriages" and audio presentations on every part of the Stonehenge history (it was built ...