Red Lion Inn
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... young ones. The walking track to the aqueduct is pleasant in the late afternoon with only a few dog walkers out in the fading light. I catch sight of an old wooden fence post between the path and the railway line. It is covered in a vine that had lived but now it's skeleton resembled a hobgoblin. Retiring to the Hotel which is hosting a wedding reception, we hope we will get some sleep. We toast the money changers at the Abbey with a Benedictine before we retire. Cornwall ...
I have felt included in so many ways during my stay, meeting
her friends, and participating in her regular activities. That sense of
belonging and community, even if it must shift again and again as I travel, is
vital to my well-being. And as though that weren’t enough, almost every day she
pops me in the car to take me to yet another site which is saturated ...
... I find the
matter-of-factness in this small community refreshing. Not that gay people have
had it easy here. The movie I mentioned earlier which her son Matthew directed,
Pride, is now out in the States. SO worth seeing, not only for the upliftment,
but also for the educational factor. Interestingly the locals here have more of
a reaction to the politics in the ...
Yesterday I went to Avebury to look at the rock circles. It is like Stonehenge but smaller. found out lots of facts about how they moved the stones and where they buried people. I also found out the stone circle is the oldest one in England and it is the only stone circle that has a Church and a Pub inside it. There is also a man made hill further away that is where they buried people inside the ...
... Various rooms of the manor are decorated to show a particular period. What is very unusual is that it allows interaction, so you can sit on the chairs, play billiards and listen to the grammar phone. The gardens were still full of flowers, vegetables and fruit. We drove back via town of Marlborough, where we stopped to have a coffee and walk along the main street. We decided to try a different pub for dinnner, so George gave us directions to the 'Compasses ...