Red Lion Inn
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... our way to Kingston Deverill & the beautiful home of John & Pam in a restored barn. The garden is delightful & we had lunch in the sun beside the pool with Richie & Sarah who's wedding reception was in the garden last year. They took us to walk around Stourhead Gardens nearby & we had a good chat with them as we walked. It was a great pleasure to see this beautiful part of the country & spend an afternoon with such friendly, interesting ...
... under Henry VI during the Hundred Years War. He gave it to his brother who became King Richard III during the Wars of the Roses. When Richard was killed at the Battle of Bosworth it passed to the new King Henry VII and eventually to his son Henry VIII who visited with Anne Boleyn. When Henry died it went to his son Edward VI who gave it to Thomas Seymour the brother of Henry VIII's 3rd wife Jane. Thomas married Katherine Parr, ...
... with a bed of wildflowers. It’s the best cathedral I’ve ever seen. From here we headed homewards, stopping briefly in Berkeley, England, which is older, cuter, and much sleepier than it’s Western cousin.
The next day we checked out the Cotswolds Falconry Centre, where they have all manner of birds that devour other living things. I signed the kids up for an up-close-and-personal with some of ...
... given fruit and yogurts to take for lunch as well. Some start to the day !!
We visited the small towns of Bourton-on -the-Water, The Slaughters (Upper & Lower), Bibury, Mourton-in-Marsh, and Snowshill. Bourton, the Slaughters, and Snowshill we found to be beautiful and everything we thought the Cotswolds would be. Bibury was the same, but a big wedding took over most of the very small village ...
... kind undergraduate. We ran the opposite direction to get to the pub in time for our reserved table. We were, of course, the oldest people in the room. Many students around us had a kind of palsy from hitting the keys in their Smartphones so fast (games?). Their fingers were quicker than hummingbird wings. They hardly ever talked except to compare screens.
The woman behind the bar was charming and so speedy that she said she lost several ...