The Old Millfloor
Travel Blogs from Tintagel
... has community at its heart and regularly seasonal musical events on its expansive stage. The Big Lunch, an initiative to encourage neighborhoods to gather together socially over a meal, is also an annual event.
On our way out of the Eden Project we visited the Core. This is home to exhibitions, school programs and the 75 ton Seed sculpture. We also watched the 20 minute film about the creation and building of the Eden ...
... most peaceful we've felt in the UK thus far. I was reminded of all those books I read growing up: horse stories when I was 12 years old, Wuthering Heights when I was a teen. Roadway rolling up and down hills . . . Where have you gone, Heathcliff? Back to our 12th century farmhouse (same century as Okehampton Castle, by the way) for wine and cheese and ...
... 2 days. It still takes 3 of us to find our way, however; Art with his map and sign-reading skills, me with my map and navigation, Kathie with her sense of direction. Many of the roads are between hedge rows, so there's not much to see. Driving through small towns can be confusing, we make many wrong turns. Wantage, we never want to see you again. We have come to appreciate the round abouts, but negotiating them can be tricky. I wonder if we'll have trouble adjusting when we get back ...
... was this past weekend (we watched part of it on TV), and what seemed like EVERYone was driving home the next day. We actually drove through the city of Glastonbury - it's the most surprisingly suburb-ish city we've encountered. We finally made it to Wells (we thought about giving up) - what an impressive cathedral! The gothic facade is covered with statues. Inside were impressive arches, stained ...
... entrance, but many cars were driving on - turned out to be a Cricket field, where a match was to begin. We parked, found a footpath sign, walked through the forest and sheep pastures. There was a fork in the road, one leading to a cemetery, and I knew we had found it! We continued through the sheep pasture - and there it was, Highclere Castle, set on a hill. We walked as far as ...
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