Bay Prince of Wales Hotel
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... It had a real buzz but also a sense of safety and common purpose.
Our first stop anywhere is always the best cafe we can find and the Black Book Cafe seemed to fit the bill.
Eavesdropping on nearby tables we heard about plans for an impressively big festival of the arts with under-pavement heating and theatrical spaces.
Another table had a couple of teachers having a good natter while doing the odd spot of knitting, delving into the ...
... hour flight, but it was probably the best flight I've ever had! Once we landed, it took forever to get through passport control, but once I was through I collected my bag almost immediately and made my way through to arrivals. I saw mum, gave her a big hug and started to cry! It was so good to see her and I was happy to be home, despite leaving all the adventure ...
Yesterday I had a bit of whinge because I felt like we weren't doing enough 'activities'. I guess I just felt that we needed more of a plan rather than just wondering. Anyway, Dad found a brilliant castle in Berkeley (Berkeley Castle) as an activity and we all agreed that was something worth seeing. It was about an hour drive from our place and on the way we saw the most beautiful poppy field. I had also been harping on about jumping in a poppy field and getting some photos ...
... to the A16 and we made our escape, at the first rest area we stopped, not only for a much needed comfort break but to collect ourselves and wonder how we just managed to do what we done without a scratch. Just after two o'clock we pulled into camping Chateau des Tilleuls, between Port Le Grand and Abberville. Serena and I had stayed here about 3 years ago, and the changes were striking and much for the better. You could see all the hard work the couple ...
... of feasting, trading or rituals,
perhaps all three and proving that by the time the massive monuments of Silbury
Hill and the Avebury Henge were built hundreds of years later a very
sophisticated culture was already in existence. Stone axes from rock outcrops
hundreds of miles away and fine pottery from Cornwall indicate trade and travel
There are a
number of tumuli within the enclosure of Windmill Hill. At the centre of the