The Ship Inn & Hotel
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... at Sally Lunn's, in the oldest building in Bath. Afterwards we continued wandering around Bath. The sun was back out, so everyone else was too. The deck chairs in the park also made an appearance. Ended on a high note at Jamie's Italian. Said good bye to Rebecca (for 3 weeks at least), then home. We have an early start ...
... top of the cliffs. The views were amazing. Ryan turned out to be a great tour guide and pointed out the different towns we could see. It was a little foggy, so the view was hindered a little. Finally got to the top and made our way down. Down took very little time! Quite rough and slippery thanks to rain days before. Made it down and walked along the road till back to our starting position. We did not climb up the ...
Yesterday was great. First we went to Stonehenge at the crack of dawn which was amazing. It was built in circles of different sizes. One of the questions is how did they get the stones there.
After that we went to Lomgleat. We saw: lemurs, penguins, tigers, lions, flamingos, rhinos, camels, deer, rays, gorillas (from a distance), wolves, snakes, spiders, zebras, rabbits, monkeys, cheetahs, red panda and bats. We also saw: the Longleat house (a lot ...
... styles like most large cathedrals do. The original Magna Carta also resides here because it was signed here. It was a little bit thrilling to see the original document that laid the structure for human rights. We had lunch in Salisbury in a cafe that the owner has been restoring. It is housed in a 12th century building and many of the bones of the structure are original, like the stone walls inside and the supporting ceiling beams. Next stop was ...
... from home, but there was a 10 degree temperature difference.
We were welcomed by a really helpful border official ( no irony) who needed our exact destination address so he google mapped from our description. Then we proceeded to pick up the hire car. Choosing not to take the Beetle we drove off in a neat little Chevrolet Cruse.