Shaw Country House Hotel
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I'm always struck by coincidences swirling around people people we meet.
Webs of connections -- threads linking people, times and places.
A cornucopia of life's bounty gathered over decades.
A basket interwoven with shared memories.
The trees bending with ripe apples at Snowshill, with the cider press oozing and dripping ...
I wouldn't miss it for quids!
It really is the season of mists and ...
... 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 ...
... The Pump Room is still standing and a few of the people on our tour ate there. I ate at a cafe with an Alice in Wonderland theme called The Mad Hatter's Tea Party.
There was also Gothic architecture present in Bath with the large Bath Abbey overlooking the city centre. There were talented street performers all around the city dressed in Halloween costumes.
The Roman Bath House was filled with ancient statues and pools ...
... tomato soup before leaving for the West Kennet Long Barrow. This was a mile or so down the road, was a raised hill, up a hill. We walked across a paddock and then up the hill which seemed never ending although an easy gradient... It just never finished. Finally at the top we found the opening of the barrow which you can get into and walk in a few metres. In the day it would have been a long man made cave where bodies were buried and other uses made of the space, again not ...
... a Roman Road footpath with distant views out to Calne and beyond. The landscape is so different to anything we have previously encountered on this walk. We’ve left behind the lush green hills of Devon and the rugged Cornish scenery. Now we have wide open plains and grand views to feast on with what’s left of the food in our bag!
During the afternoon we walk up to the top of Cherhill and view the impressive phallic symbol which adorns the ...