The Barleycorn Inn
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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Hello once again everyone I am now off the cruse ship and back in England but in this blog I'm going to tell you about what I did when I went to Italy. We arrived in Naples in Italy very early in the morning which meant no more sleep ins which was a shame. we got ready and had our breakfast and left the ship to get on a tour bus which would take us to Pompeii which is a very old city. Back in the ancient roman times a volcano which was next to the city errupted ...
... 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 ...
Got up bright and early 4am and walked to the terminal saving us the £6 bus fare for 2. It was a short walk. Had to manually check in which was confusing and discovered that my bag was 23.5kg compared to Dons at 18.5kg Unbelievable!!! Grabbed a sanga and a bag of lollies for nearly £10. Then a walk out onto the tarmac for our flight. Biggest difference is there are a lot of young people on the plane and heaps of blonde hair lol. We had to check in by ...
... decided, instead of returning to the UK with us, to rent a van and drive up north to Vashisht and Manali, where you couldn’t help but bump into a long-haired, bearded traveller in love with peace. But beyond his 'at one with the mountains’ attitude, he was right, and I don’t blame him for living in a country of such squalid living conditions. Because most people there don’t live for the poverty, they live for the ...
... Castle and Bell. This was an interesting hotel. It reminded us of the really cheap hotel we stayed at in Paris in ’91. Crooked, squeaky floors and narrow hallways. But the room was very pleasant, and this was no cheap (well, it was cheap – but it was nice) hotel. Let’s just say it had character, and Rick Steves would love it. Besides, we got 2 dinners for 9.95 pounds.