The Ship Inn & Hotel
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Last day in Cardiff so everything was packed away in our "dog box" hotel. Jo-Ann declared that we would pay a little extra for the next hotel so that we would get a kettle to make a cup of tea. The girls had misplaced another door swipe card, like in Bath. Later in the day Amy discovered both in the very bottom of her carry bag. We laughed that she was trying to collect souvenirs.
We decided to leave Chester in the hotel carpark and walk down to the Dr ...
... clear where to park and which path to walk down and the girls needed to find a toilet when everything was shut. It was decided to go around the 'block' and just do a drive past again to get photogragh, A toilet was found at the next service station just down the road.
With Stonehenge closed early for the Public Holiday, Jo-ann though that Lacock would also be closed so we drive directly to our hotel in Bath. The hotel is quite nice in the rooms and fairly ...
... his vineyard. Can you smell our lunch and share our experience? Too bad if you can't close your eyes and imagine it because it was so etching I'll always remember. Unfortunately then we had to ride uphill some more to get back to the boat. Somehow those gears on the bike didn't work as well as in the morning. Maybe it was the wine. Or the best lunch I've ever had. But we made it back and were rewarded with a nice swim off the deck whole the poor crew put our bikes away. Great ...
... 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.
... famous Stonehenge. It was a two hour drive to our destination which I used to read more British newspapers. Upon arrival, we noted that the stones are located, and scattered, throughout the town of Avebury. The town was located deep in the beautiful English countryside. The circle must have been up to half a mile in diameter; so large so I did not have time to walk the entire circumference of the circle as there were other areas ...