The Pear Tree at Purton
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... the Red Double decker bus to be shown around the city. We got our bearings and then went to the Roman Baths, which were very interesting. Our ticket to the Baths also included the Fashion Museum, which was OK, but was not was we both thought it would be.
Our car park finished at 2.45pm, so we headed off to our next destination, The George at Nunney. We travelled down some country roads, very pretty and arrived ...
... has always been my love, but the mountains have their own beauty and there is lot to explore. So what is the trip for? Well, its is for me to spend some real quality time with my camera, which i havent till now. Well, will it be sea or mountains, the answer will be soon out!!!
... someone has asked me for directions: 5
Number of times I told them where to go: 4 ( I didnt know where the post office was)
Days of Rain in England: 1
Days of Grey: ALL
Most Noticable Little Diffence: the "Tube" (Metro) is really bloody hot, sweating hot.
Picture with Robot Guy: Austin ( i wish you had told me this when I was in ROme, I saw about a half dozen.)
PS- The tower in this cafe is locked up so I will have to get the pics up ...
... the traffic as we were directed by young army reservists into a paddock across a cow pasture and joined throngs, double throngs of cars parked in this field. Hundreds, no thousands of vehicles parked nose to tail in well organised lines around the cow pats. There were so many that at first we could not see the end of the field and the entrance so we just followed the crowd. We had thought it to be a small art exhibition but this was a huge event. Only the English can put on ...
... I think). We met some of the law students on Sunday night at the pub, just as they commenced their rendition of the Star Spangled Banner. When finished, the bartender (British, of course) began to chant "USA! USA! USA!" quite obviously making fun of the guys, but they joined in as we rolled our eyes.
On Monday, we took another walking tour of Oxford. This time, Professor Connery showed us around a few museums, including the Natural History Museum of ...