The Fox Country Inn
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... three stone circles, around the village of Avebury in Wiltshire, in southwest England. Unique amongst megalithic monuments, Avebury contains the largest stone circle in Europe, and is one of the best known prehistoric sites in Britain. It is both a tourist attraction and a place of religious importance to contemporary Pagans. On to Glastonbury....well Glastonbury Tor at first. Glastonbury Tor is a hill at Glastonbury ...
... joshua Kadisons name? Picture postcards from LA...now I will forgive you if this is not in your top 10 favourite hits, but Joshua Kadison had been one of my favourites...along with Shania Twain since I was like 9. Now I know half the room had no idea what I was singing but...for those 3 mins and 53 seconds....I was in my element =) So blah blah blah night progresses, consume a few drinks plus a few more and then we head home and I have had a great ...
... Sunday Chris and I drove over to Bathampton for Sunday lunch to visit Mum. She is very well but has no memory so conversation is fun!
Monday was Chris birthday so we decided to head into London late afternoon. Unfortunately the weather turned nasty so we didn't wander as much as we would have liked. Chris had chosen a Belgian Restaurant for dinner which was great.
I now have a hire car and will head off early in the ...
... and selling food; men hustling around motors; children watching the scene around them; children helping their mothers prepare food; children begging for food; bags on heads; lengths of wood on heads; food on heads; every conceivable item, balanced precariously yet expertly, on people’s heads. This was an image which would become engrained into my memory to be so defining of Africa over the next year.
We waited for about an hour for our transport ...
Hi All. We got up early this morning to say goodbye to everyone. Some flew out of Paris and some came across to London on the ferry. There were five of us that came on the Eurostar. Well worth it the ferry was expected to dock at about 4.30pm and we arrived in London at 11.40am. We booked in and then got the Cocierge to book us in for a show in the West end. 5 of us going. Dad and I have ...