The Crown of Crucis Country Inn and Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of your minds just went! Haha do not worry! In most city's they will have meetings and so a group of people meet up to look for a host and hosts offering! I wnent along to the pub with them with the intention on just having a few drinks, but ended up learning something new! I'm intrigued that's for sure...( Google it to ease those thoughts!!!) I spent Tuesday at the Montessori school. Amazing how things can be the same but ...
... ve taken on more of Debby's gear to lighten her load but with one strap now broken on my pack it keeps sliding onto my shoulders. Fortunately I feel strong now we're in our seventh week of walking and the shoulder muscles are resisting the force of gravity grinding down on me. I distract myself by thinking about how simply and seamlessly I was able to do the map route planning this morning, and load it all onto the sat nav. Of course I've had the satnav now 5 years ...
... 70,000 kilometres in a stupid amount of different types of transport including camel;
This blog has been predominantly for my benefit - so that I have a record of my adventures - but also so that my family knew that I was alive and roughly where in the world I was. I didn't expect quite so many ...
... the Pulteney Bridge which crosses the River Avon in Bath. This bridge reminded me of a one that we saw in Venice. It is one of only four in the world with shops across its full span on both sides. It was quite large and box like, which when lit up at night looks magnificent. The river underneath it meant the reflection of the bridge could be seen.
We enjoyed our relaxing time here, but it was short lived. Time to head back to London...via Oxford.
... for the sacrifice of animals, all indicate that the Roman Bath was more than a spa; it was an important religious site of the Roman Britons for centuries. (Amusingly, one exhibit showed that disgruntled Romans wrote curses on little metal squares, asking the gods to help them to punish the thieves that stole their cloaks and clothing while they were bathing in the pool). The most fantastic part of the Roman Bath was, of course, the square pool ...