Stratton House Hotel
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Visited Hailes Abbey in the Cotswolds, or its remains. Built by Richard, brother to Henry III, as thanks for surviving a gale at sea. Later wrecked under orders of Henry VIII, as part of his Reformation breaking away from the Catholic Church.
Onto Cirencester, the largest town in the Cotswolds and one of the prettiest. Lots of Regency period shops and buildings, and a beautiful Church, St John the Baptist, which is about 600 years ...
Just finished packing my life for over half a year into a bag and composed myself for the last supper (at home before London) of baked beans. Admittedly I tried looking up to see if there was an ode to baked beans. There isn't. It probably would have been funnier if I found an ode to baked beans and then pasted it ...
... buildings here but luckily we had a table near a door way ! It was a great night and the dinner was lovely. There was an auction of Golden things ( I restrained myself ) We didn't stay too late. We spent the next day sight seeing... first to investigate Cirencester and the village ... We needed to do a bit of essential shopping and then decided to travel through the Cotswold's. We visited Burton-On-The-Water ...
... concept of living in this house alone is fascinating. And not alone either... Many would have been crowded into these rooms. We take an alternative route home via numerous honey-coloured stone Cotswold villages ad deviate to revisit Lower Slaughter.. another village Rod and l stumbled on last time. I have had a photo of it and it's neightbour, Upper Slaughter, on my walls ever since then. Today's grey skies and drizzle don't allow a repeat photo to match the first. Hilary ...
... out in. By 6.30am we finally got back to the house and were all asleep in less than a second. Everyone stayed this way until about 2.30pm when it was KFC time...After KFC there was more lazying around until we had to rush off back to Cirencester in order to get Scott to work on time (or rather... 6 hours late...) but ended up in the worst traffic jam I've seen in England so far (strangely ...