Tl Bristol Cribbs Causeway
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... Trust cards.
We knew it was Ben Disraeli's country pad but had no idea it had played such a huge part in the War effort.
The dingy little map rooms, set up in what used to be some sort of ice house bunker, were home to map-makers creating intricate maps of Germany to be used in British bombing raids.
The intricate patterns of the formal gardens were almost as fascinating.
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... could take refuge inside when the sirens rang. It's strange to walk past the little canteen, and startling to see how far the war effort went. Conserving coal, sure, urging women to take in displaced children, allright, asking women to take public transportation only during off hours so the factory workers could have them, err, never thought of that but I guess I can see the logic in… Spade for glory? Really? I never thought about home grown potatoes as ...
... Sri Lanka and it turned out to be the perfect introduction to india. Botswana was fabulous and spectacular as well and I could easily return there. As to mainland India, Gujarat and Rajasthan were equally fascinating. Rajasthan surprisingly so, as I expected it to be too touristy for me, but those worries were blown away by the sheer size and variety of what was on offer. The North East of India was definitely the find of my find of the trip. It really hits the mark for ...
... minutes to Stonehenge extended out to about an hour and half. After a closer look at a paper map it seems the Garmin did take us the fastest route. Lucky the Garmin has a thick skin the driver can't dent. It seems the visitor's centre at Stonehenge has been moved and upgraded to a very modern complex. You no longer park close to Stonehenge but down the road and catch a shuttle bus to see it. It was ...
Today was my first official train ride! After my scare with the spider this morning (I am still alive) we went to Paddington Station. I got to touch Paddington Bear's nose (oh joy!) and hopped a train to Bath. It was quite an enjoyable ride. We had entertainment centers that we could monitor the train's progress, and we went through Swindon. ("Swindon...we are monitoring you on our instruments...right now we've ...