Red Lion Inn
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... like the style at all -- too expansive and out to impress with boring vistas that reminded me of outback Australia. That is, large swathes of grassy fields and the odd clump of trees.
Apparently the idea was to impress visitors with the vastness of the grounds without flower beds and suchlike cluttering up the view - which could also be enjoyed by driving around in a carriage.
Maybe the likes of Donald Trump would go for it but I prefer the ...
Not the ship... but US.
Never again can we face travelling on a long-haul flight!
We're both wrecked and ruined for any more flights in steerage now we know about the pleasures of leisurely ship voyages.
Having never been on a proper cruise before – I don't count the voyage by ocean liner 'Australis’ back in ‘72 – here’s my distillation of this Viking river cruise experience.
... to build new houses in the town. I have loaded a fair few photos to give an impression of how pretty (and wealthy) the town is, its really like a jigsaw picture at every corner. I am pleased we chose to stay here when I was deciding where to make our base - not just for the nice accommodation but the very pretty town and location to the other places.
Things were pretty quiet being Sunday night and as we had such a ...
... we failed to withstand the environmental challenges. We found ourselves a good pozzie -- looking out onto the square where the procession was to end up and the band was setting up.
What drove us out wasn't the Dover's Hill cold this time but the very raucous mob who'd occupied the space beside us.
Had the wedding party from Southampton moved on to Chipping Campden?
After trying to pacify Rick about my bad choice of pub --he'd wanted to go to the ...
Our day began with a short drive to the nearest village, Broadway. We parked and headed off on yet another "ramble", this time following a map to Broadway Tower high on the hill above the town. The track was through more gorgeous farmland( including many sheep and friendly lambs) and the up a gradual climb for about 1 mile. By then we had met up with another couple from England who we chatted to for most of the way, and we had also stopped at a very old church and had ...