The Barleycorn Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to the airport in style in her lovely new BMW and made tentative plans for her and her new hubby to come and visit us in Bath next year.Note insisted on parking and helping us into departures with our luggage and after checking in our bags we had a last coffee together before yet another sad farewell, thankfully the also the last one. All goes well until my turn at the Immigration control. They check our passports. Something is wrong and ...
... from wonderful dog walks. Peter and Rachael were returning from Wales and stopped over in Marlborough for a couple of days so we explored the town and laughed at the people sweltering in their costumes for the Battle of Marlborough re enactment. We investigate Avebury which is an impressive pre historic monument and had a look at the massive flight of locks on the Kennet and Avon Canal.
After P & R left I planned to sort out my ...
I woke up today with a slight hangover after spending the early hours of the morning with Caro and Matt in the kitchen - drinking. I went to the science museum - so cool - and museums are FREE in London!!! I know, it's crazy! Anyways after that I rushed home to get my bags for Wales and met Caro at the station (after taking 3 trains to get there). We were sort of in a hurry so we grabbed some sushi (sushi at a train station!!!!!!) and ran on to the train at 19:10 ( ...
... to build the palace. He didn't actually get the cash in hand, it was paid out by the Queen as work progressed. As luck would have it he fell out of favour with the Queen and she turned the money tap off before the palace was finished.
It was completed later on when, in the finest traditions of English aristocracy, later Dukes married well. One of the recent Dukes, the father of the current Duke, married a daughter of the American ...
Yesterday was about three-days worth of activities crammed into one day! We started by driving west to Bristol where I visited - what else - the cathedral! I got there just in time, half an hour later and the university (or 'uni') would have been holding their graduation ceremony. I did get to scurry around and see about two thirds of the cathedral, and got some good photos. I did notice this morning as I loaded the photos onto the computer ...