PowderMills Country House Hotel
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... Castle but after some 'umming' and 'arhhing' and checking of reviews online, Tristan paid our way in. The parklands, waterway and gardens leading were very nice. We here astonished to come across black swans amongst the ducks, geese and white swans. It turns out that the "socialite" who last owned the castle imported them from Australia in the 1950's. The blacks swans even feature in the heraldic crest. The Castle itself is billed as the "loveliest castle in the world" and it ...
... original Norman structure remains, we could see many of the later monastic buildings, including the cloisters, which now form part of a school. Best preserved and most impressive is the Great Gatehouse, rebuilt in about 1338, and among the finest surviving monastic entrances in Britain.
Our Britstop tonight is the carpark of a tavern on the edge of the cliffs on the South Coast. Quite a dramatic ...
... in Brighton, but I was proud that I had self control and didn't buy anything. I was close a couple times giving in though, but then I didn't want to carry it. You definitely don't buy as much when you realize you have to carry it on your back rather than wheeling it. Later we walked around the Brighton Dome and Pavilion. We watched some street performers for awhile and headed back. We went to this cute little bar and grabbed a glass of wine. We ...
... in the village of Valldemossa in time for coffee, before being let loose on the delights of this lovely mountain village. We saw the monastery where Chopin spent some time, although we decided against spending money to view his cell and a piano which he (may have) played. Unfortunately, Julie stumbled whilst coming out of a shop and twisted her ankle. She was still able to walk, although it was painful. On our way back to the ship, we stopped at the castle that overlooks Palma and ...
... for at least a year and were so stiff they stood up on their own. Neither were the red deer, wild ponies and buzzards beating a path to our door like a scene out of Heidi. However, we were undaunted because such things aren’t that important to us (apart from seeing the wildlife), but the coup de grace was the local pub. Part of my criteria for picking a site is its distance from the nearest hostelry. Sitting in a muddy field can have limited appeal once the novelty ...