The Mill House
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... beautiful perched in the middle of a expansive moat (lake). The castle has been owned and visited and rebuilt by a number of Kings of England and various Dukes. It was interesting reading about its history. The original "castle" was probablly made of wood and is listed in the Domesday Book commissioned by William in 1086. Some of the main castle building is private and used for conferences and seminars (including some important political events in the past). The visitor trail ...
... 533 km for 2 nights
4th Dec .Return to coast at Port Fairy 157 km
5th Dec on to Apollo Bay 188km
6th Dec Push on to Melbourne . Toady we are meeting Phillip, Joy and family at Torquay en route
7th Dec With Phillip and Joy all day in Melbourne
8th Dec Free day
9th Dec Flight to Sydney for 4 days
13th Dec Flight to Auckland ...
... we were going to a Pool Party. It was very funny!!
I found it very interesting, how the bus-tour workes here. Itīs just one door at the front of the bus, so the bus-driver see everyone how goes in. Many buses are double-decker, in Germany just the sight-seing-buses are.
At the end of the bus-tour, when you get out of the bus, you say "Bye" or "Thanks" to the bus-driver. Everyone do this, itīs very polite!! Iīve never seen something like this befor!!
... station with operating steam trains where you can ride a steam train, which we didn't actually do We walked to the other side of the town mostly though residential areas full of beautiful large traditional houses where Sid met us and drove us home Another great day! Bring on tomorrow! DAY 3: Stonehenge, Old Sarum, Salisbury Monday 28th April Early morning today were driving 3 hours to Stonehenge!! Word heritage site number one "ticked" off the bucket list. It was a beautiful ...
... it!". The only other major wound was to my pride. OK...so bag of ice on elbow, I decided to forgo Dover and head back to Canterbury. One more time that I was thankful that we had an automatic car. The countryside was lovely and begged to be explored. I truly do not want to leave here. Outside of having to negotiate cars parked on the side of already narrow roads, the trip back was in eventful, and this time I manage to find the correct car park. As the sky was a bright blue, we ...