The Barleycorn Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... signs wishing you a happy new year! *big sigh* Sidenote: My video....is coming soon. Be prepared. But...I just wanted to remind you that the video quality may not be the best. Mainly because our camera is not exactly the best with video, and you could probably get more quality filmed with a pineapple. (I obviously exaggerated there) But I will leave you with that for this week! Have a good week, and goodbye from ...
... 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 ...
... a problem, but not a happy ending for my Dad who had to pay for my new passport when I got back.
What fascinated me most about India were the people, their attitude and outlook on life being like no other I’ve ever witnessed, or become part of in the world. I remember feeling fed up on the bus journey back to Delhi, the huge traffic jams and horns beeping making the time seem longer and more tedious. When I told Dave, who was ...
... out over the River Themes. This pub has been around for centuries in various forms and is known for all sort of scandals and scallywags. Indeed right outside the window at our table hung a noose over the river - a symbol of the nearby hangings that used to be watched by patrons as they drunk their beer. To work off our food and drink we then walked to Tower Bridge (not London Bridge which is more widely known but mostly confused with this more interesting bit of ...
... 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.