The Crown Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... headstones as they were all poor. We were even given the key so we could look inside the church.
A brief stop at Fonthill Bishop before we arrived at the next stop which was the Gardens at Fonthill House. The estate is huge about 900 acres & it was probably on the Estate that John Ford my 3 x great grandfather worked before he immigrated to Australia about 1838, with his family including my 2 ...
... tick on the list. By lunchtime we were in Salisbury for a look at the cathedral. It's a beautiful cathedral, but I liked the Bath Abbey more, the stained glass windows were amazing there. Salisbury is much larger and the exterior impressive. The 800 years of Magna Carta exhibition that was on show at the cathedral was really interesting. Getting quite warm 20 degrees ...
... to Stonehenge, and Mr. Lion Tours wasn't there yet. He was only five minutes late, but got off before the other two coaches of his competitors left the ring road for the same destination. It was about an hour ride thru country to the Salisbury Plains and Stonehenge. I got a few snaps along the way of thatched roof houses in a village called Shrewton, as these homes were more what I expected from the Cotswolds than we had seen. Finally, too, I got my snippet ...
... again takes another step in the right direction. The driver tells us that he is going in the opposite direction but will be back in an hour’s time going in the direction we require. Perfect! With water pouring out of my sopping shoes we walk into the pub and order 2 pie and chips and the pint to settle my mood once and for all. During the next hour we experience the very best of village community life. The ebb and flow of pub banter between the elders of the community is ...
Hi Everyone, Had a lovely day in Bath yesterday. Bath is a beautiful old city that is only 10 minutes from Bristol on the train. It is famous for two things. One is all the beautiful old buildings which are all made from the same Bath Stone and the second is the Roman Baths. Bath has a natural hot spring which the Romans used to build a series of bathhouses over 2000 years ago before the English lived there. The remains of the bathhouses were uncovered later when ...