Premier Inn Salisbury
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... was shining...... So we saw Aurora in her new colours , gleaming!! After about 3/4 hour of being stacked in a warm large waiting area we were on board. We met Julia and Chris, bridge friends from last year and saw several familiar faces, does that make us groupies?? David had read on the web sight that the ship had had above average D&V among the passengers , norovirus Again....... Oh joy. They were warning of a delay in getting on so that ...
... the route she had plotted to Old Sarum Castle, our next stop, due to traffic reports. The map showed one road we were crossing banked up for about 3 miles with bumper to bumper cars. Later, to turn right Tom turned left and drove to the next round about rather than try to turn right across two constant streams of traffic.
Old Sarum castle is ruins. It was one of William the Conqueror's castles and is where the barons swore allegiance ...
... around in it, climb the stairs, visit the remains of the great hall and
imagine the places in the movie. We had
it practically to ourselves.
A last stop on the highway to see the Military Badges. During WWII the various troops stationed
there cut the emblems of their regiments into the chalk hill side.
Sunday we head back to the Salisbury Quaker Meeting. We found out more about their ...