The Lordleaze Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... word as boredom during the whole trip. Just the opposite in fact, the hardest part was deciding what option was the best most of the time.
Huge thanks to all the friends I met with on the way, it really gave a special dimension to the trip seeing known faces in unknown places. And thanks for the hospitality too. Also for the comments and support through the blog, I've enjoyed them immensely.
Christ this is starting to sound like a bafta-award winning speech, so ...
... These ruins apparently held the tomb of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere. The fog persisted the entire day, but was noticeably lighter here than Glastonbury Tor. I ventured into town looking for souvenirs and lunch. The shops were full of mystic objects. There were bracelets that claimed to have healing properties, and a variety of other superstitious trinkets that were fun to window shop.
Back on the bus we began toward Stonehenge, ...
... only just returned from our last one in New Zealand!
Half way to Heathrow we hit fog which turned to pea soup at the airport. We had a trouble free check in and enjoyed a lovely Lebanese mese (well recommended) very reasonable and delicious. We boarded on Jet Air and then had to wait about 1 1/2 hours before we could taxi out, due to the fog, one plane at a time for take off. The flight was OK, pretty cramped, and 8 1/2 hours later we ...
... we went on a tractor ride safari around the grounds. Guess what was in it... DEER!!!. As we drove around we saw lots and lots of deer running and jumping around. As they ate ravenously at the grass, they wagged their cute little tails: it looked like they were about to swing their tales off. Other than that we didn't do much else as it was time to pick up Dad at Exeter and drive back to our ...
... weathering made me rather tentative about getting too close to the edge. Particularly since the tourist info informed us that yes it would be a nice idea to walk this particular route but no you can't. It's been washed away! Once again sitting and watching for ages I said This is really stunning Steve. You can see for miles can't you? Nodding, Steve looked at me. A lone cow was heading our way! Where the hell is he going. We're three meters from ...