The Langton Arms
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... enjoyed our adventure. On Sunday, the boys left and it was just the girls at Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral which was quite nice. It was much easier traveling with just 6 people. Great learning experiences always come with great ...
... of us in the process) but Lea got her own back when she hid his laptop and he thought it was stolen, he freaked out and it was pretty funny. Dad told Ellie about Laurie's famous lamb roast and Laurie was more than happy to cook it, lamb taste even better when you haven't had it for a ...
Not an ideal time to visit England but we couldn't pass through this part of the world without visiting my auntie Ellie, uncle Yannick and cousin Lea. Laurie had never met them and I couldn't remember the last time I saw them, they welcomed us into their home with open arms and it was great getting to know everyone again. The weather was reasonably good, we had only 1 1/2 days of rain and tho very very cold at least it was mostly ...
... have the opportunity to simply be in this place. The Michael energy line flows through here and on this morning it feels strong. Under the wonderful canopy of the trees, I can rest my hands on the two trunks and be reminded of the strength of good partnerships. It occurs to me this is a powerful representation of Kahlil Gibran’s writings in The Prophet. He talked of how a good enduring relationship is forged between a man and wife when they are together but standing ...
Rise and shine for the Goldbergs and Leytmans! We slowly moved our way out of bed, and jumped into the car to drive to Amesbury - where the mysterious Stonehenge was waiting for us to unlock the reason for it's existence.
White fluffy white clouds set the stage for our photo-shoot as we circled the stones and learned a ...