Tracy Park Golf & Country Hotel
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... collected they put together ‘rooms’ from different time periods to give a sense of America, its history and its people. We found it very interesting seeing our country from someone else’s perspective.
Our last spot of the day was Stonehenge. By arriving later in the day, it wasn’t quite as crowded although there were still a lot of people. This is an English Heritage site, but ...
... today. From there we walked to Pulteney Bridge which looks like bridges in Venice with shops on top of it. Just below the bridge is a dam/sluice that controls the water level on the river. Since Sue has a small refrigerator for guests to use We picked up a few groceries at the local Mark and Spencer’s store and took them back to the B&B before going to dinner.
After dinner we went to the Roman Baths as ...
Wow! Today was the best day so far, purely because of the Cheddar Gorge. It was amazing breathtakingly beautiful to descends between it's cliffs. I'm so glad I went there and would love to revisit. Cycling there made it such a rewarding experience. The rest of the day was pleasant too, punctuated by ...
... a definite resounding "Yes".
It's amazing how life works. It only ever provides you with what you need in that current moment. 8 years ago I had just broken up with an abusive boyfriend, I was a little bit broken and I simply wanted to run away from the world and hide. What I did not realise at the time is that travelling is definitely not hiding or having a relaxing holiday. It is difficult and ...
West Kennet Long Barrow. One of the largest settlement sites of the earlier
Neolithic period (Windmill Hill) is only a mile to the north and the remains of
the longest avenue of standing stones in the British Isles (West Kennet
Avenue) snakes its way south from Avebury towards Overton Hill, a companion to
the recently discovered Beckhampton Avenue."
It is hard to know where to start the physical exploration ...