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... to enter to 'actual' experience so we had a bit of look at the exhibits in the foyer. We deliberately did not watched the TV screen as it was playing the most recent Christmas Special they we hadn't seen (we were in Paris at Christmas climbing the Eiffel Tower). The 'experience' turned out to be a mini-adventure with the latest Doctor on video in a number of chambers, including the Tardis, interacting with the 'museum curator', the audience and our ...
... the motorhome making a presumption that I should be leaving the UK in about a week. I haven't been able to organise this earlier because they need to know departure dates and that was something I didnt know. I am having a few problems with this at the moment, but no doubt it will all work itself out.
Given the poor internet connections I am failing to upload photos. So I will publish this without them and then return and insert them at a later date.
... eager to catch mellow autumn sunrays. We
revived ourselves with tea and cake, and then we pondered the simple yet atmospheric 9th
Century Chapel of St. Lawrence, and felt the gentle light through the windows
of a 14th Century Tithe Barn. Even cars and modern shops don’t seem
to distract from a place stopped in time, infused with the earthy and gentle
energy of work and worship ...
... think it is pretty much gone now. The name of this 4' wide asphalt walk was Tory (Tory for highest which means Upper Rank). The next "pathway" down was called Middle Rank. James May b 1803 (James his son, father of Ruth May) living with him age 20) was listed as living on Middle Rank in 1851 census. The next street down which WAS actually a street was New Town. We walked down from there into town. A beautiful walk, a beautiful ...
June 29th, 2013
We are going on a conducted tour to Stonehenge and bath arranged by Roots tours and travel, cambridge.
We got up early and got ready and were at our pick up stop (the railwaystation) by 7:30am. The driver cum tour guide Matt picked us up at 7:50am and we got on with our trip.
The drive to Stonehenge, Amesbury was a little over two hours ...