The Cross Hands Hotel
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... be keeping tabs on all the surfies who they apparently let traipse through their property every day, opening and closing the gate for them at 6.30 am and pm, checking their private beach a few times a day to make sure they don't get up to mischief and that they go home...
It all seemed a bit of a pain especially the 6.30 in the morning bit. And especially when it was all for the benefit, it seemed, of a motley group of surfies!
Then they dropped 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 ...
... and up the hill. I began to see the top of a tall tower above me from the top of the hill. Once on top of the tor the only structure in sight was this lone bell tower. You could see the top of the fog and the blue sky above it making it look like we were high above the clouds. The bell tower used to be a part of a church until the church was shaken down by an earthquake with only the bell tower remaining. The archway into the bell tower ...
1. This first shot is of a 'folly'. To within 50 years when was it built? It stands in the grounds of the oldest continually inhabited building in England. The house near it has been occupied since the 9th century. I do not want to influence you in any way though.
2. What is the folly used for?
3. The tower is a monument to ...
Here we are in Old Sodbury, not Chipping Sodbury or Little Sodbury but Old Sodbury. I know it's easy to get them mixed up but it's important to know the difference because you won't find Lee in any other place.
You guessed it, or you should have. A window shot and ready to go shot.
Then straight to signs. The CWW is very well marked, admittedly here the signs are further apart but the track is difficult to miss in most places. There ...