Wroxall Abbey Hotel & Estate
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Woke up this morning from a really good sleep. The rain has come! Knew that beaut weather wouldn't last long! Breakfast was amazing, walked into the dining room to a table full of fruit, yoghurt, cold meats, cheeses, pastries and then she gave me a full menu to choose from. Of course I ordered the English breakfast which was delicious! Couldn't go past having an almond and custard pastry too though. This hotel ...
... children, and Adam has to exchange the Porsche for a more family friendly car, we thought we should take the Boxster on a road trip. We decided we would like to spend our first anniversary in Lake Como and have planned our Europe road trip around this. The trip will take just over two weeks and we will visit Belguim, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Austria and The ...
Dylan Thomas was an inveterate gossip and liked Laugharne because it was full of "colossal
Dylan's wife drank more than he reputedly did.
Laugharne's butcher's shop had more flies than sausages.
Laugharne - no Welsh spoken, had an English Congregational Chapel and an English castle to keep the Welsh out.
The light on the Taf estuary is amazing, hence the attraction for authors and painters.
After spending the evening in Stratford Upon Avon (Shakespeare country), we took a short drive to Warwick. The town has an amazing castle dating back to the 900's and was occupied by residents until the 1970's. The castle is now an elaborate tour destination geared towards kids. We again met up with our good friends the Jaques and we all had a very full day of touring. We were all impressed by the fireball launch of a real trebuchet (catapult) across ...
... castle regardless of those “added extras”. Gwendoline had some slight difficulty with the height aspect of the steps and battlements; that is to say she was moaning, groaning, squealing and pulling extraordinary faces but she continued to push herself and coped splendidly. We don’t know quite how we are going to manage the London Eye as we are both terrified of heights but on this occasion (possibly because I had used up my daily allotment of drama) I ...