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... on the top of hill, suitable for very fit golfers - no carts and lots of rolling terrain. There was a great view of the largest city we pass - Cheltenham and it's famous steeplechase course. The race course is a setting in lots of DIck Francis mysteries. Earlier in the day we passes through Winchcombe, another significant sized village, home of Sudley Castle, which we did not visit though we had view of later as we climbed along the escarpment. The pattern of the trail ...
... it is the mid summer sunrise and the mid winter sunset line up in opposite directions with the entrance of the monument. More info contained in the pictures.
Sharon could **********tain herself. Once we reached the site by trolley, she took off ahead of us and started snapping ...
... All three were stellar with different heat levels and flavour variations. And served with yummy yummy naan. There are actually more curry shops in Britain than India!
7. This was the sleeper surprise of the tour, and Miss Krys' fave...salt beef bagel sandwich from Beigel Bake. A-mazing. Chewy traditional bagel, chunks of melt in your mouth salt beef, sweet pickles, and zippy English mustard. So so good.
8. And finally...Pizza East for ...
I went into London today to do several things.
The first thing I did, after arriving at London Bridge and taking one or two pictures of the Thames, was go to Borough Market for the first time. It being a Tuesday, the full market wasn't on, but I did buy some late lunch at a pie-and-mash stall and have a nice wander round what other stalls were open. I winced at some of the prices (they ...
Sunday morning, 29 December. Four more days. That is both good and bad. I want to see my family terribly, but I am not finished here, and, to tell you the truth, I would much rather bring my family here and never leave. I have never really understood why, but when we moved here in 1973 I felt like I had come home. I have felt that way ever since, that England was meant to be my home. Don't misunderstand, I love the United States, and am proud (most of the time) to ...
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