Sign of the Angel
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Great trip down to Bristol, lovely air conditioned coach. The views through the Forest of Dean were spectacular. Crossing the river, over the bridge was breathtaking, as the tide was out, so you could see the extent that the river comes up. At Noah's ark, they seemed to have upgraded some of the facilities, which is really good. Thanks to Jeff for the cup of coffee, well ...
I had booked the first time slot at Stonehenge. It was less than a 30 minute drive from the B&B, so we enjoyed our B&B breakfast and then headed out. The parking lot was virtually empty and there was no line for picking up our pre-booked tickets. The website had said that you could do the exhibit and visit to the stones in either order, so we went to the stones first for hopefully the least crowded experience. It was fairly empty when we got there. 3 ...
... was to drive up past Oxford, visit the Cotswold Wildlife Park, see some white horses, see Avebury Henge, and end up in Devizes. The morning's adventures ruined those plans. We just headed to Avebury directly. Avebury wasn't really as impressive as we thought, and we were utterly exhausted from the previous night's adventures so we didn't spend long. Got to our B&B, had a lovely dinner at a local pub, and then went to sleep.
... medium (and I am having great fun with it!) I appreciated visiting the
place that inspired his pioneering work.
As I am riding in Rosemary’s zippy little car, I am telling
my body to stop panicking, every time we turn onto a busy highway into the
wrong lane. I am finding the road signs to be just like the people here. Rather
than the command to ‘Yield’, one is invited to ‘Give Way’. As you enter a
village, there is ...
Lacock is a very interesting little English village located in Wiltshire and the best well kept secret. Before traveling, we did extensive research into locations of the production of the Harry Potter films and found very little. When we went to the bookstore a few days ago in Tintern (tin-TUN) the owner of the shop told us about Lacock (Lay- cok) and the filming of several movies such as Pride and Prejudice and Harry Potter (1 & 2) . It was only about ...