Warner Cricket St. Thomas Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... when he got the invitation to live there from the King who was a great admirer. He travelled there by mule over the Alps from Italy bringing a few bits and pieces, including the Mona Lisa with him. It hung in his bedroom for a while until they decided it would be better off in the Louvre. They had a marvellous exhibition of models made from his sketches showing what an incredible visionary he was. Machine gun, Glider, Tank, Paddle boat, Steam hammer, swing bridge, Gearbox, lifting ...
... summer solstice sunrise and the mid-winter solstice sunset. Knowing this I can't help but speculate that the hill might actually be linked somehow to the equinox.
November 1st in many cultures is the Day of the Dead, when the spirit world and living world are the closest. Perhaps we would see some of Titania and Oberon's humble fairy subjects. (Titania and Oberon are the Queen and King of the fairies in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's ...
We left Priddy around 12 noon Sunday 1st November and Charlotte took us to the bus station in Bristol. Leaving Marmite was a little easier this time as she accompanied us to the bus station. Mackerel, the goldfish, decided his time was up a couple of days before, rather sad as he was my last link with students at KOW, and was 5 years old. It was a glorious day, warm and sunny, hugged Charlotte, and off we went on our next adventure! It seems ...
... that looked out over the sea. At Torquay we walked along the broad-walk and Narelle, Simon and I went on a Ferris Wheel. The water looked really good but was way to cold for us to swim. Because it's school holidays here there were a lot of people. We came home and as usual I helped make a fire in the fireplace to help keep us warm (as well as ...
... in today. The idea that we demolish houses back in Perth after 40 years in order to rebuild seems ludicrous when your wandering buildings nearly a century old. Very quaint. Meeting with Helen and Murray was a real treat. Not seeing them for 15 years didn't seem to matter. We chatted and laughed as they explained how life was for them in Torquay. Although it would have been nice to have had the beautiful sunny day that we'd had yesterday it was ...