The Red Lion
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... it was then that I heard her turn tourists away, 'The college is closed when there are services on, only open to students and those attending services'. And it was closed all day I found out later. My camera got busy as I headed 'around to the right' as instructed. The chapel is imposing, to say the least, a magnificent building. There was a queue waiting quietly ahead of me. A couple walked briskly past me and the waiting line and I thought...why not? And followed them up to the ...
... car. I got woken up by the piercing screaming of mum because she thought we were going to crash, apparently because the roads were very thin. After the screaming had finished, we parked the car and went to look for the jumble sale. And guess what? we found out it was on the day before. i was really annoyed, but we had lunch and played at the awesome ...
Saturday 30th – Stoke Hammond
When I looked out at 6.30 this morning I saw water. Great, I thought, no waiting around for the ice to thaw. A little later I heard a strange sound and looked out to see a boat breaking through the ice, coming toward us. We had actually been in a small patch of water but I hadn't noticed the ...
Weather forecast: Sunny yippee!
Actual weather : If they could have monsoons in Britain that's what we had. Umbrella’s turned inside out, torrential rains and cold wind.
So, in Canada it rains "Cats and Dogs"…………..in this country in rains “Cows and Sheep”
Our gracious friend, Scott, volunteered to drive us to Southampton for boarding our ship. Had there been a direct route to the port ...
Raining this morning and not just Pommie drizzle, real downpouring rain. Not to worry the plan today was to visit Kenilworth Castle and carry on to Stratford upon Avon after that. We geared ourselves up for the cold and wet and were ready to go. first Kenilworth Castle, a vast medieval fortress which became an Elizabethan Castle and is one of Britain's largest and most impressive historic sites. Extensive developments ...