Premier Inn Bristol City Centre - Haymarket
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... on what to see and do around town, and ended up on a little circular drive in the country to a few nearby towns.
The first town we entered is called Much Wenlok. This is a small medieval village which was a town on the trade route between Wales, the midlands and London. In 1550 with the introduction of stage coaches on this route, Much Wenlock became an important stagging post. Some of the buildings in town date back to the ...
... young man wearing the fedora and tried to sneakily shoot his picture. No good. I finally asked him if I could and he posed. I should have asked him "Why fedoras??"
One thing different in some English grocery stores is their frozen bulk section. You can choose exactly how much you want to purchase of frozen fruit, vegetables, french fries, chicken nuggets and other frozen products. I ...
... and poor Laura was basically shoved in the foot well once again as she was the smallest. We turned up at this waterfall and it was safe to say it was a disappointment. The lady in the shop said they will wait for us in the car for no matter how long it takes ... No bloody wonder as it took us about 10 minutes to see this waterfall. We couldn't even swim in the damn water so we could only take a photo. After the amount of research we had ...
... and took a quiet moment to absorb the fact that Romans had used the area extensively over 2000 years ago. As we wandered back to the car we saw an area of the Avon River with a weir in the middle. We witnessed a lovely sight of mother Swan and her chicks out for a late afternoon swim. On that note we hoped back into the car to return to Bristol for a quiet night in, and get ready to head off to Manchester ...
... the home. The neighbors have horses, so I drooled over them for a bit. Enjoyed a wonderful dinner and a cup of peppermint tea, and now I am ready to sleep!
Tomorrow I explore Bath!
P.S. I think a favorite phrase here is, "Aw, Bless". For you Texans, this is the equivalent of "Bless your/their/etc little heart". I have literally heard about 25 people say it today.