The Sherston Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Sorry for the chee-z title.. Struggling with being clever this weekend. For Easter weekend, we were lucky enough to have a 4 day weekend instead of the normal 3. I waited a little too late to buy plane tickets (they were insanely expensive) so I ended up staying in Oxford and doing day trips around England with some friends which ended up being really relaxing and fun. The past 3 weekends I have been traveling like crazy so it was nice just hanging out. The ...
Shopping day. Chris and Dad started the day off at the Bath Thermal Spa. Both decided to do the welcome package which gave them access to the roof pool, the steam baths and the inside thermal bath. Apparently the spa was brilliant. Meanwhile Rebecca, Mum and I enjoyed the shops Bath had to offer. When the boys joined us we ...
... of the road. Half the walk was enough. That took us an hour and a half anyway. According to the brochure the whole walk should take 2 hours. Not in this lifetime! By the time we got back, Cheddar Gorge was full of people. The wonderful day had everyone out and about. Locals even had shorts and t-shirts on. The day certainly didn't start out that warm though. Ryan guided us to a little pub in the town Cheddar where we ...
... and followed this up with a beautiful minimoon on the West Coast of Scotland; we visited St Ives and Land’s End in Cornwall. Yet we’d barely stepped off our China Airways flight at Gatwick when we were already looking ahead to what our next real adventure was going to be. And after a bit of deliberation, we came up with a new itinerary: three days in New York, followed by two and a half weeks in Costa Rica and Panama. Daveandjenna were back and blogging, though ...
... you get the picture? Back to the castle . . . it is still inhabited by the Duke of Norfolk, and has been on this site in a number of forms since the changeover from BC to AD. The current one was built in the 18th century, alongside the Keep which dates back to around 1100 AD. It was a beautiful day, crisp but sunny and just the ticket for viewing this splendid building in its even more splendid gardens. The whole presentation was terrific and we were able to view many ...