King's Head Inn
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... were airborne for the short flight to Bangkok for an overnight stay before catching BA10 this morning. We will have travelled nearly 14,000 miles in the past five weeks, taken twelve flights and numerous car, train and boat transfers! We have had an epic adventure, full of surprises, laughter and experiences that we are truly grateful for. We have loved every minute of it and, everywhere we have travelled, we have been met with warmth, ...
... landscape in which we were pretty cold even without those elements. We waited in the cold as dawn arrived, and then waited a bit more, and then tromped around and stood listening and got into the stone circle etc. from 7 to about 9:30 AM, warmed up and had a light breakfast for half an hour, and then drove over to the other nearby sites, Woodhenge and Durrington Walls and then the Cursus and walked back to the stones again before busing back. It ended ...
... this family. Stonehenge itself had not changed a lot in 20 years, but the visitor centre has received a major overhaul since my last visit and was impressive to say the least. Pre- booked tickets meant a good look at the stones - albeit from a distance of a few metres. The afternoon was spent exploring Salsbury and pressing noses against the windows of bakeries before driving around the beautiful countryside admiring the thatched ...
... own way, the remaining standing and fallen stones speak of traditions and a people long since gone. Detracted from a little by the location of the main road literally right next to it. Strange, considering its a landmark that is known all over the world. Apparently they have plans to relocate this. Amazing part of England's heritage, just needs to be treated more like the wonder that it ...
... which, we learned, is indeed a city because it has a cathedral -- and a stunning one at that... more later) was established near the Iron Age hilltop fort of Sarum when the bishop finally got fed up with the soldiers damaging the site's church and decided to build a new one nearby but out of their reach. Apparently he shot an arrow into the distance and it landed at the site ...