Red Lion Inn
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... we NEARLY signed up for a house sitting gig in Hilo, Hawaii.
The ad sounded great... tropical paradise, views to die for blah blah.
It would have been for about 8 months starting next April.
The house owners were really interesting and it turned out that they'd once worked in Camperdown near Sydney Uni and lived in Mosman--our patch. So more coincidences and links, adding to the appeal of the project.
However.... a big part of our ...
Firstly a massive thank you to Pete (Andy) and Jen for having me for two nights and getting me well fed and rejuvenated. We started the day with a swim and a Turkish bath. I was amazed they have a traditionally laid out Turkish bath with period structure, decor and tiling where the people working at the train station used to bath. Well worth ...
... Palace (again no photos allowed!) we had tickets to visit the state rooms. These are only open for a few weeks in the summer while the queen is away. We went through the throne rooms the ante rooms before it and the gallery, ballroom and various other rooms where the queen does her entertaining. Chandeliers verrry nice. Everything is pristine. Then onto the mews where we saw the royal coaches, including the big un that is only used ...
On the way home we drove by Pewsey Canals where the Avon & Kenneth meet & saw some of the long boats. It would be interesting going in one but not sure if I would get claustrophobia or not.
It was a glorious day today & most of the time didn't even have to wear a jumper & definitely not the jacket. Maybe summer is here after all !!!!!!!
... Avebury, where there are more standing stones, with a large section of the village inside the stones. It means you can walk along the paths, some through paddocks with goats grazing, right past each stone. We visited Avebury Manor which is a 16th century manor house, which was oawned and changed by a number of families over the centuries. In 1991 it was bought by The National Trust and a few years later the BBC funded a restoration as part of the series, 'The ...