Swan Hotel Lavenham
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... place thinking it will probably be just another small earthworks. . In the end my sense of thoroughness makes me think better of it and I keep going. In doing so I discover one of the great and seemingly ignored places of Britain’s historical heritage. The Tumuli is known as the Bartlow Hill Roman Burial Mounds. There are seven of them. The largest is 13 metres high and 43 metres around the base and they were originally thought to be the largest group of their ...
... 700 photos later I left just as it started to rain for the normal 10 minute shower. The back to caravan park and then walked to the local again. As I was walking to it I could hear a throaty sound and looked back towards Duxford Airfield, there was a Spitfire taking off and started to roll and turn around me. Went into the pub, asked for ...
... set up tent then a 5 minute walk through the village to 'The Queens Head' for a feed & a couple of pints. Again a bit weary after 560 kms, mostly on the motorways. Pug going well and doing about 4.6l /100kms, seeing diesel is 1pound 50 per litre = just under $3 per ...
... punting company was Scudamore tours and they can be liked up right off the Main Street. The city was probably my favorite so far, I keep getting new ones of those. It was much larger than we ever could have imagined and was like a cyclists paradise. There are bikes everywhere and they have leave to ride all over the streets and sidewalks. You can tell this city is dominated by the university with it's many colleges arranged around ...
... toast & jam, Greek sliced cheese, tea, coke, water... oh yes... and chocolate bananas...!!!
Soon the time came round that we had to leave our apartments for the last time and trundle our cases to the gate where our coach would pick us up, and most unlike normal Greek timekeeping, it turns up at ten-fifteen on the dot. I was pleased to see Nikos, and his niece Eryphilli, coming in to work as we were leaving; giving me an opportunity to thank him again for his, and his ...