The Castle at Taunton
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to see the sights. I was at Lake Garda in half a day, just after dark, and I got such a treat in the morning when I opened the curtains. The sun was out and the views were fabulous. I drove down the west side of the lake, (you couldn't call it a bank, more like sheer cliff-face) The road is cut into the rock for most of its length and is incredible with crazy tunnels and viaducts all the way. I took in a bit of the equally stunning Lake Como as well, and I now see why people rave ...
... reason I booked the trip. Stonehenge is not in Glastonbury, but in Amesbury. We weren't allowed to walked among the megaliths; instead there was a designated path for us. I was so excited when the monument finally came into sight. Many others were complaining that Stonehenge was smaller than they thought it would be, but for me it was the complete opposite. I imagined the stones to be around 8ft high, and the arches to be just large enough ...
... only just returned from our last one in New Zealand!
Half way to Heathrow we hit fog which turned to pea soup at the airport. We had a trouble free check in and enjoyed a lovely Lebanese mese (well recommended) very reasonable and delicious. We boarded on Jet Air and then had to wait about 1 1/2 hours before we could taxi out, due to the fog, one plane at a time for take off. The flight was OK, pretty cramped, and 8 1/2 hours later we ...
... it so we didn't complain. It is a combination of formal gardens and what they call "landscape" gardens. As we trekking around the landscape garden, we stumbled upon a swarm of bees and promptly got stung royally! Mary Anne has an allergic reaction to bee stings and that she surely did! Here body started to swell and itch and she began to panic, understandably. ...
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My bike, a 2011 Triumph Tiger 800xc, had 9,928 miles on the clock when I arrived a long time ago in New York. It has now covered over 31,000 miles of which, as you know, 21,000 miles were covered on nice clean tarmac, dusty gravel roads, muddy, slippery gravel roads, rough & potholed roads (plenty of those), flooded roads, sand ...