The Little Thatch Hotel Gloucester
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... knitting basket beside the sofa.
After wandering around the market and buying some intriguing venison pies and Christmas puddings, we drove along the Frome River valley eventually finding a sunny table at a pretty local pub. It was weird being hot that late in autumn.
Pleasant but also disturbing. There should be frosts killing off the bugs... not this unseasonal warmth.
Next day... off to Avis and Peter Gunn's to get more value out of ...
Left Tewkesbury for nearby Malvern, the town where the Morgan Car Company has been making bespoke motor vehicles for over 60 years. The chassis and frames are made on site and then donor engines, gearboxes and drivetrains are added, also in the original factory.
I had ordered one of the 3-wheelers, but unfortunately, none were available. Actually fortunately because after squeezing into a roadster, I don't think the ...
I'm sitting in a beautiful coffeeshop in chipping Campden (campdencoffeecompany.co.uk), enjoying tea and a scone before heading out to Stratford-Upon-Avon for the day. I wanted to comment on two things. First, interestingly, the Cotswolds are designated as an Area of Outstanding National Beauty (AONB) in England. The country has about 35 AONBs - I think it's an ...
... prodded, etc. and makes for an enjoying experience.
And as I mentioned earlier the gardens are very nice and you would need a couple of days to view everything in the parkland. I am not sure of how many acres it is but it is huge and you had better have brought your walking shoes and lunch because you will need it.
As it was starting to get closer to dinner we thought we would try a pub across the valley from where we are staying which ...
... have the same sense of déjà vu as me since folk dancing didn’t figure in the Floridian school curriculum. But I clearly remember the dances, our yellow wattle-sprigged frocks (don’t know what the boys wore but Jocelyn will know!) and certainly us kids’ lively enjoyment – despite the boys’ protests.
My partner of choice was always Rusty, but apart from a few boorish boys – Geoffrey Mackie comes to mind – who ...