Beaufort Hotel - Chepstow
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Our trip with a local arts and crafts group to Goldsmith's Hall in London one day -- fascinating as it was -- made even more fascinating when Christine Erratt, my high school friend and silver expert, told me she'd recently spent time there researching her book and knew the librarian.
Lunch with Pamela Harbour at Ellenborough Park with glorious views over the Cheltenham landscape and a strange equine statue ...
... just because they could.
The Butes were hilariously extravagant as only rich Victorians can be, google them if ever you are in need of a high society giggle. Amongst other things, they built a house with the sole purpose of hurting the eyes. Gold plating, mosaics, woodcarving, peacock wallpaper, the works. It was an attack of the senses, but even so, if you shut out the rest and only looked at the details, they were quite beautiful. My favourites were ...
Today we woke up and walked to Windsor castle and had a tour of the castle. The audio guide was good and we saw the changing of the guard.
... in Chepstow Gooses bike started falling to pieces. It had simply had enough of hills and wanted a rest. First it got a puncture, then it bucked her pannier off. Then it started making scraping noises, then squeaky scraping noises, then big clanking noises. We tightened nuts and bolts up, and got a stranger to use his socket set...and no use. It limped to Chepstow. There is a station here if the bike shop can't help ...
... friendly tour guide named Tim who was born and raised in Bath. The mother/ son duo from Ohio thought he was from Ireland. We went on to Avebury Village to check out the equally ancient henge that encompasses the village. It’s far less popular than Stonehenge, and therefore far more accessible. Apparently it’s thought that at least one part of the henge, the “fertility stone circle” was built on this particular spot because the ancients believed that lines ...