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We had a great time in Cardiff apart from the cricket. I got go to the Cardiff castle and see day 3 of the first test where 15 wickets fell in one day. I was hoping that day was to be remembered as the day of watto but as a lot of people say "Are we seriously relying on Shane Watson". Anyway Cardiff castle was brilliant and i got to model Steve smith. We go to Paris in a few days. So ...
We left Symonds Yat yesterday and drove home through Gloucester, Bourton on the Hill, Morton on the Marsh, Stow on the Wold and through and Southside of Cottswolds it's beautiful pastoral county area fill of stone and thatched homes then followed a muck spreader phoo in winter cattle are brought inside and their sewage is collected into underground pits then at later stay is pumped up and used ...
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 ...
... the bounty of warm health giving mineral water. They added Minerva (aka Athena) to her name so they had all deity bases covered. The main pool is about 20 m by 10m. To each end of the pool is a series of rooms, each containing steaming or bathing at a different temperature for each room. There was even a pool that had a single stone seat overlooking the pool where it was obvious that the lifesaver sat wearing his yellow and red skullcap telling the teenagers "No running around ...
... New Age ideas have picked up on the term and suggest that ley lines hold power. Although there is no science to back this up (random dots easily form lines), it was fun to experience the culture surrounding the idea. Glastonbury's claim to fame dates all of the way back to 37 A.D. when Joseph of Arimathea, Jesus' uncle, supposedly brought the blood and sweat of Christ to the city. This account, which is supported by 4th century writings, inspired many Holy Grail legends. ...