Milton's Country Lodge
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... accommodation voucher and driving reference in separate poly pockets, arranged chronologically in one slim, professional-looking file. All for nothing. Because I left it there. On the chair. Eighty miles away at this point. Nothing like a sudden drama to make you reconsider whether it's safe for you to travel halfway across the planet without a ...
... hour flight, but it was probably the best flight I've ever had! Once we landed, it took forever to get through passport control, but once I was through I collected my bag almost immediately and made my way through to arrivals. I saw mum, gave her a big hug and started to cry! It was so good to see her and I was happy to be home, despite leaving all the adventure ...
... They apparently even handed out seeding calenders.
If you want to know more about the keep itself, you’ll have to ask Alexis, as she stole my audio tour player by means of asking nicely, and listened to the funny bloke all the rest of the way. Her english grades better be amazing.
We left the castle and ambled about the old town until we found the old Victorian market place, where we bought enough food to give us two homecooked meals. ...
... off to boarding school, you know you've seen enough movies. The hotel was eclectic or at least idiosyncratic. One night was OK, two I'm not so sure about.
Very short walk today, in hindsight I would have combined yesterday and today but everyone sees better looking back. To prove it I've taken some back where I was shots.
The tower is a monument to the guy who translated the New Testament into the 'English' of the day. He was later martyred so I'm not too sure ...
... in very good condition, and is now part of a museum that includes the upper terrace with statues of Caesars and other important people, therapy tubs, swimming pools, cold pools, saunas, plus the whole drainage system is still in working order, including the spring where 240,000 gallons of water used to feed the baths each day. It is a fabulous display, and it gave us a good idea how the Roman baths in Pompeii would have looked before ...