Claverton Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... funding for Battle Abbey as penance for the bloodshed and as a memorial to the 7,000 dead. We saw the spot where the abbey's high altar stood: the site where Harold died, the result of an arrow in the eye. There is a very good 'discovery centre', including a film that recreates the rather bloody battle, and a museum that describes how this pivotal battle shaped English history. Although little ...
... with a following tide and on my way to Portland Bill and the I.O.W with a SW wind behind me. An excellent sail right up to 1500 on the 14th and then I virtually stopped dead with tide and wind against me, and a speed of only 1 knot! Ah, the joys of British sailing after the relative ease of the Med! Allowing for throwing the odd bad orange overboard, I did nothing for 3 hours until the tide slowly turned and then I was sailing along at 6 ...
Today we took a train out to Tunbridge Wells. It's just under an hour train ride (on the slower train) 40 miles or so, south east of London. Our host Mark owns a yoga studio on the high street (Main Street) of town. He told us Tunbridge Wells had a long history as a spa town & was a favourite getaway back in the day for the Victorians. It seems like Vale, without the mountains. Somewhat sanitized & ready ...
Why is it that stuff taken on holiday does not fit back into the space that it previously lived in. Why is it that clothes shrink in the wardrobe whilst on holiday. Why is it that when packed into a suitcase to return home the clothes take up a lot more space. Three questions with no answers.!!!!! David arrived home with four suitcases, three ...
... more about King Henry VIII and his bevy of wives. Hever Castle was the childhood home of Anne Boelyn and, subsequently owned by King Henry VIII, as her husband. What I was impressed with was how succinctly and sequentially the information was presented in this castle. Whoever was in charge of public information here did a great job of making that information not only informative but easily comprehended. There was very good information on Henry and the 6 ...