The Olive Mill

Address: Chilton Polden Hill, Bridgwater, Somerset, England, TA7- 9AH, United Kingdom | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn, located on Chilton Polden Hill, Bridgwater, is near Chew Valley Lake.
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      Week 8-Winter :(

      A travel blog entry by jaspers_life on Dec 03, 2014

      1 comment

      ... I had my Spanish test the other day. How did I revise? By speaking to my Argentine friend for a half hour (trust me, it works) If there can be substitute teachers, why can't there be substitute students? Anyway, I suppose that's all from me. 'IMPORTANT' NOTE: I will post a video on this blog next week. Stay tuned for a video of highlights of my life! ...


      A travel blog entry by joannewolfe on Nov 30, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... want to drive around the city (traffic is appalling), I could certainly see myself in a little apartment in one of the Georgian terraces - for only £2.8 million I could buy a detached house in the centre of town. We stayed at the cutest little B & B called the Fosse Farm Cottage in Nettleton outside of Bath. Rita the owner and her two delightful little dogs called Puddles ...


      A travel blog entry by joannewolfe on Nov 30, 2014

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      ... three months or more it would take for passage to Australia. The museum is very interesting and well presented, giving the history of the ship and the road to recovery and restoration after it was scuttled in the Falkland Islands. I've attached a few interesting photos especially for you ...


      A travel blog entry by guerney on Jun 26, 2013

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      A free, two-hour guided walk of the city provided by a Bath Mayoral Guide was a good start. We then went back around and explored more streets, bridges and gardens. This was our last full day, and we finished off not with a pub, but a supermarket bought cold bottle to have in our room while we caught up with all the political news in Australia on the fastest net connection I've ever used on the iPad. Then off to a Nepalese restaurant called Yak Yeti Yak for something different and ...

      It's not Bath, it's Baaaath. Say it right.

      A travel blog entry by jamiecattell5 on Jul 19, 2012

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      ... to visit.

      Next we headed to Bath which is a beautiful town thanks to architect John Wood who set it up with a very Roman feel. We had a walking tour of the city which is just stunning to look at. All of the buildings are made out of this yellow limestone that was ...