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... incredible hospitality. We were totally wooed by India; its colours, smells, smiles and chaotic charm. The Golden Temple stands out as our favourite site, closely followed by the Taj at Agra. So many memories for us to savour; we now know why our daughters, Lucy and Ella, so loved their respective trips to India. We have vowed to return. We chilled out largely in Sri Lanka and loved our time at KK especially when we took off on our own to ...
Currently running in Cardiff, we had to go! Great interactive experience being right in the middle of a Dr. who adventure....up and close to the darlicks and all sorts of other baddies! Quick walk through Cardiff and then on the road again. Seriously the English drivers are crazy...the minute we crossed the River Severn from Wales into England they all start driving like maniacs, ...
... her life influenced her books
in small and significant ways. It’s amazing to think that from this quiet life
in this quiet place, she produced some of the best literature the world knows.
From Jane’s home in Chawton, we drove to Winchester
Cathedral, where she moved when she fell ill at the age of 41 and soon after
passed away. She is buried in the cathedral. And finally, we arrived in
Salisbury. We stayed only one night ...
... in winter!
I had some bread as my lunch, and watched curiously as the coach picked up several more tourists along the way. It took 40 mins to leave London, onto highway. The view was totally different once in the countryside. The area around Stonehenge was just bare, reminding me of Wuthering Heights. Wind just barked so loudly!
Windy and humid, drizzle, we had to take a shuttle to the site, where the stones lie ...
... its weight. It is interesting that Salisbury did not fall victim to the spire collapsing like other cathedrals. TO this day the columns supporting the spire bend with the weight. To mitigate the strain Christopher Wren added ties and braces in the 17th century.
The cathedral's other claim to fame is that it has one of only 4 remaining copies of the Magna Carta.The importance of this document, written in 1215, cannot be exaggerated. The personal ...