Premier Inn Salisbury
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... were airborne for the short flight to Bangkok for an overnight stay before catching BA10 this morning. We will have travelled nearly 14,000 miles in the past five weeks, taken twelve flights and numerous car, train and boat transfers! We have had an epic adventure, full of surprises, laughter and experiences that we are truly grateful for. We have loved every minute of it and, everywhere we have travelled, we have been met with warmth, ...
We said our goodbyes at the Pen-y-Bryn and stopped at Llangorse Lake before we returned to England. It was a good sized and historical lake, with an ancient manmade island where early Welsh kings may have lived; a dugout canoe had been found there estimated to be from about 800 AD. A camp was going on, and a crowd of teenagers in kayaks were having a great time on the water. About ten (obviously ...
... Castle which is
the favored home of the Queen of England. We had lots of places to go and lots
of road to cover, so we opted for the American speed version of this tour
(which means much, much faster than anything else moves in Europe!) It was
unbelievably beautiful. Buckingham Palace could not even begin to compete, so I
can completely understand why the Queen would prefer this as her family home.
Walking through is absolutely incredible. ...
Although our base for this final week was Salisbury, it was a whirlwind of trips to Winchester and the surrounding areas to catch up with family and friends. I managed to seek out everyone I wanted to see and caught up with people I haven't seen for between 10 and 20 years, even 27 years for a few old friends at our school reunion! It was lovely to take the kids ...
... even earlier) to get pretty much anything fixed or to buy any kind of engineering equipment you wanted- much of the building was a maze of cubbyholes and boxes and shelves where it was all stored and organized. The owners did all kinds of work, anything that could make a profit, and had an incredible array of tools, of which they claimed only one was bought new. Part of the building was used to make fizzy drinks, and I think they invented the glass sphere stopper- the kind ...