The Kings Arms Hotel
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... were airborne for the short flight to Bangkok for an overnight stay before catching BA10 this morning. We will have travelled nearly 14,000 miles in the past five weeks, taken twelve flights and numerous car, train and boat transfers! We have had an epic adventure, full of surprises, laughter and experiences that we are truly grateful for. We have loved every minute of it and, everywhere we have travelled, we have been met with warmth, ...
... the road) and went on into Salisbury for dinner. We walked around the immense Salisbury Cathedral, thought about trying to come back to see the interior tomorrow, but not enough time...Sara and I had climbed up inside the spire in 2007, and the view was amazing. Had some good fish and chips (only catsup, no vinegar, thank you) at The Cloisters pub, then got ready for our early am wake-up call for Stonehenge!! ...
... around the
village everyday of her life… it makes her real. She was a girl who lived a
quiet life, who loved her family and her very best friend was her sister,
Cassandra. She wore an amber cross necklace, on display in the home, which was
a gift from her brother Charles who was a sailor. Anyone who knows her books
knows that Fanny Price wears an amber cross, which was a gift to her from her
sailor brother, William. So, you start to ...
... check-in, it's almost time for me to rush to Victoria station where most travel agents locate. I got there in time, paid 35, Premium Tour, half day tour that departs at 1230 in winter. Surprising it's almost full! In such a cold day!
Before getting aboard, I ran across the street for restroom in the hotel as instructed by the clerk. It took me several mins to find one available downstairs. So many events going on in a big ...
... seats! He apologized the first couple times and we all thought that he would get the hang of them. Wrong! The whole way there, whenever we went through a roundabout (which is very often here because they have them everywhere) he would slam on the brakes and in the back we would just glare at each other in annoyance. But luckily we made it there all in one piece!
After our hour and an a half or so ride we walked down to the city centre of Bath. It was ...