The Barleycorn Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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.
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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 ( ...
... The yanks had money but no titles and there were plenty of young rich American girls who were "persuaded" into marrying English aristocracy so the family had bragging rights. She brought heaps of money into the family but the marriage was one of convenience and lasted only 10 years. He kept the money after the divorce. Her contribution was, apart from cash, two sons and heirs for the Duke which he also kept.
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... up to and over the road, often forming a tight tunnel of foliage. In places the road is much lower than the surrounding land, so there is a wall of earth closing the lane in. These lanes are far from straight, so there is a lot of slowing down at corners to make certain that there is no oncoming traffic. Drivers are very polite, and if there is a nearby pull-out, they will immediately pull out and wave you by, or you will do the ...