The Lynch Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... This is all serious Ancient Stuff (AS) as opposed to OS. It has coins dating back to the First Century BC through to 400 AD. Part of the tour is an excavation of the temple area that was beside the Bath House. Great displays that are added to by the easy to operate audio device given with admission. They even provided conical paper cups at the end so you could sample the efficacious warm spring water. Having drunk the elixir, I shall live to a hundred. The navigator ...
... went to try and find Una's sister. With the correct information it proved to be relatively straight forward.
Una's sister is called Theresa. She has a cat called Spartacus and is very much like Una. She made us very welcome. So we watched a movie on the iPad whilst Mum and Dad chatted with her.
For dinner, we were going to have Chinese from round the corner but it was closed, so we ordered pizza instead and then went to ...
... very much the same. The first act was a clown act which involved a clown always failing at trying to get on top of something. The other acts included:
-A man who can move while on a massive soccer ball.
-An act involving a man and a woman displaying tricks with a whip.
-A very good trapeze act.
-A good jumping act.
-3 women on a metal wheel that's being lifted and spun around.
- An extremely good (and dangerous) juggling act
-And much more
Lyme Regis (pebble beach) - we woke up and were excited because it was our last few days in England. First we drove over to the pebble beach in our hire car. There we tried to find fossils but it was no use because it was the wrong time of day and the tide was too high. Nevertheless, we had lots of fun at the pebble beaches, because instead of sand their beaches were covered in rocks. We had a picnic there but it was weird because instead of sand the ground was ...
... a very tall cliff was featured. A boy was pushed off
it and found at the foot, on the sand, the next day and David Tennant played
the detective who solved the case.
There is was…the cliff itself, and it looked even bigger
in real life than when I saw it on TV. The beach below the cliff was piled high
with tiny pebbles at ...