Stow Lodge Hotel
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... Wind generators and solar farms dotted the Berkshire countryside. Lyn navigated to perfection and we found our hotel in the middle of the Cotswolds near Stow on the Wold. It was 3 am for us Aus time so we headed for the bar. A refreshing glass of the local brew restored us then bed. Fantastic breakfast in the conservatory with 3 Central European waiters and a view across the lawn and ...
We had a lovely day out in the Cotswolds today. Craig & Melanie both had the day off and decided to take us for a little drive into the country. We left about 10ish and it took about 1.5hrs to get to Stow-on-the-Wold. We enjoyed walking around the pretty little market town with lots of antique shops,mhome wares, clothing and knick knacks galore. We had a delicious lunch in the Old Stocks ...
... on our pies. I had to get a bit creative with mine since I didn't have proper measuring cups or anything, and the crusts that Tesco had were much smaller than our pie crusts at home.
I had a bit of trouble figuring out the Farenheit to Celsius bit (go figure that high school science would actually come in handy) but Emma helped me and it worked out. While the pies were baking we raced over to the hall for dinner, then raced back to pull the pies ...
... villages we’ve realized that any village with a viable trade had a market square with a Christian cross in the center. It is here cash was exchanged for goods with the idea that one would be honest doing business under the cross.
A 90-mile day trip to South Wales took us to Tintern Abbey and the National History Open-Air Museum. Getting there meant giving thanks once again to the GPS. ...
... when it started raining. I bought water at a store & was counting out my money when I realized I was 3 cents short. There was a little bowl with money sitting there, so I grabbed 3 cents. The man was staring at me & I said that's £1.20 right? He said yes, but that was my money. Embarrassing. I explained the take a penny system in ...