The Porch House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Next we arrived at the Avebury stone circle, the site dating to 2800 BC . It's amazing how such large stones could be transported and erected around a 400 metre diameter circle complete with a ditch and embankment, 18 meters from bottom to top! While here we also visited the Avebury Manor and gardens, a ...
... to replace the dean who had to leave. The Corpus people were all really excited, and it is awesome for Emma and she will do a great job, but it will be sad to lose her at Pembroke. She stayed behind in the Program Office to get caught up on Corpus things, and Joe and I and some of the faculty went to The Bear to watch the second half of the game. I stopped by Pembroke first to drop off some stuff and pick up Natalie because she wanted to come to The ...
... I enjoyed afternoon tea in the Gwalia Tea Room above the authentic, turn of the century country store. The reconstructed village really helps us imagine what life may have been like hundreds of years ago – not a lifestyle I would want to go back to. Had I lived during that era I most likely would have passed on 20 years ago.
The following day we we visited Blenheim Palace, present day home to ...
... there and walked through the smaller village, we saw a bride and groom! They had just left the chapel and was walking off towards the reception at the local tavern. We walked around to the chapel and saw all the decorations and confetti from the ceremony, but wasn’t allowed inside. Very beautiful small chapel for cute village. We walked back towards Lower Slaughter and found the local pub after directions from a local. The Slaughters Country ...
Saturday 5th October, A big haul ahead of us today - driving directly from the Lakes area to the Cotswolds. It seemed easy enough on the map - just get on the wide blue stripe called the M - something. Then hop on a curly green thing called an A - something. Then onto an even curlier red............... Oh well! Realising that you've got to veer left at a particular junction after gettin on ...