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Today has been fantastic. We spent the night in Coombe Manor, 17 century mansion which was excellent. As we sat having drinks before tea we spotted a Wiltshire horse, embossed in the hill. There are 8 scattered across Wiltshire county and span 53 metres x 50 metes and made out if limestone. Amazing sight. Bath city was amazing. We drove into the …
... actually made me happier. Talking to people who had gone. Seeing the Armed Forces come in for a pint. That made me happy. I'm not sure how that works, but I guess life has a strange way of turning itself inside out and fixing things. One thing is for sure, there is no way I'm missing 11/11. Lisa ...
Last night, I noticed some really nice chairs in the McDonalds. This morning I managed to get a photo of them. We had breakfast in the dining room, then off to see the canal in daylight. We then had to work out how to get from Newbury to Bath via Avebury. It's a little tricky navigating as the highway signs don't tell you the final destination you want - just the next major and minor towns. You have to have a map to check ...
... We're still having an epidemic of sore throats and congestion. And today we had several girls come in complaining that they couldn't go to class because of cramps. I told them to go to Boots, buy some ibuprofen, and cowboy up. This comment led to a riveting discussion with Will, Ruth, Nancy, Larry, and Thomas about women's cycles and whether or not they actually become in sync or not, all while Thomas was trying to eat his lunch. ...
... the cloisters from the Harry Potter films, so we tread where Daniel Radcliffe trod more so than any ancient monk! Then we move on to the village... From Wikipedia... "Lacock is mentioned in the Domesday book, with a population of 160–190; with two mills and a vineyard. Lacock Abbey was founded on the manorial lands in 1232; and the village — with the manor — formed its endowment to "God and St Mary". Lacock was granted ...