The Royal Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Holiday all booked,including coach to Heathrow. Just under 5 weeks to go! Time to plan preparations in detail. Priority,however,is to finalise Marcia's talk to St. Arvans W. I. next week on last years NZ trip. Need to reduce her photo list from the current ...
... like a long time, it will inevitably fly by. Joel and I (as you have probably gathered!) both caught the travel bug a few years ago, and haven't quit managed to shift it yet....but this time we wanted to take on a new challenge and offer our skills out where they will be truly appreciated. Work as paramedics in the UK obviously offers us new challenges every day, however for both of us, we are ready for something different and new that we can work for, and do ...
... clear where to park and which path to walk down and the girls needed to find a toilet when everything was shut. It was decided to go around the 'block' and just do a drive past again to get photogragh, A toilet was found at the next service station just down the road.
With Stonehenge closed early for the Public Holiday, Jo-ann though that Lacock would also be closed so we drive directly to our hotel in Bath. The hotel is quite nice in the rooms and fairly ...
... for the rock which turns out to be a great lookout over the countryside. Apparently you can see 7 counties from here. There were also a few people waiting to watch the falcons and peregrines which soar around this area. Unfortunately, the conditions weren’t quite right for them.
Then we drove on through the Forest of Dean area for a general 'look-see’. The forest is second only to the New Forest in ...
... to warn of attacks by invaders.
We'd met a fellow at The Worm's Head who owned a pub in Abergavenny and I wrote down the name "just in case". As we drove through the town, we passed a cute little pub with a beer garden right on the river - I found the scrap of paper and yes it was his pub, The Bridge Inn. We didn't go back and go in though. We stopped off to take a peek at Raglan Castle before crossing back over the border ...