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... and I had a bite in the inn's dining room and turned in early.
Today is 9/11 and it seems kind of weird not to hear or see anything about it. Not that the British don’t take note of the anniversary, but we were out and about or on the road all day, have not had the radio on and no TV in several days. We do remember and honor those people who lost their lives and their families as well. ...
... coming off the M4 in London is pretty busy. But our next coach doesn't leave Victoria until 11:30 so I'm not too nervous. My confidence is almost shattered when as we don't get off Tardy Coach until 11:20 due to traffic around the bus station. We leave arrivals and Victoria Station is like a zoo. There are people and luggage everywhere. I only have enough time to grab a bottle of water before getting ...
... too. The wording on the website suggests you need this ticket to explore the gorge but that, as we like to say in Blighty, is a load of utter bollocks. Or tosh. Tosh is a good one. I think that you need to have a moustache in order to fully pull off the utterance of "load of old tosh" though. ...
... Palace. The Romans were here first but the Palace has been home to the Bishops of Bath & Wells for over 800 years. Built in 1206 by Bishop Jocelin it includes 14 acres of gardens, including allotments for vegetable gardens, ruins of the Great Hall built for a visit from Edward I, who never came but his grandson Edward III did, the Bishops chapel, galleries for entertaining and the Bishops private home. A new Bishop is being enthroned (installed) this weekend. ...
... history, but clearly man is still learning to count their monies.
After the tour we had lunch at the Roman Baths Pump room, before splitting for the afternoon, I for the Roman baths, and Marian for the Jane Austen museum. Aside from walking around the actual baths themselves there is a great museum with diagrams, artifacts they’ve found and interactive features on history to review. I sat around the main pool for a ...