The Old Priory Hotel
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The day starts in perfect fashion. Apart from a shocking squeaky floor I enjoy the Georgian grandeur of this old country house. Breakfast is a treat with the chef's own homemade bread, granola, and marmalade. Debby hadn’t slept well and I have a vague headache, but I was still confident this would be a good day and the weather …
... said it is Bibury, and I have to say that Bibury has my vote of the places we have seen to date.
But it's not just pretty villages. We have visited Cirencester with its amazing Roman Museum and Avebury, with an incredible number of standing stones. We have been trying to do a walk or a ramble everyday in the incredibly green countryside which is full of clumps of yellow daffodils.
Yes,the Cotswold are lovely. ...
... case anyone was wondering. My life is somewhat complete. It was nice not having a real agenda and just really being able to explore a new place. We also met two girls who had a ferret on leash. His name was Mitch haha. It was just a hilariously random day. The next 2 days we stayed in Oxford. I went to the Ashmolean (which is in art museum here) and did homework. On Sunday, we went to an Evensong service at Christ Church. It was so interesting to observe ...
... at Sally Lunn's, in the oldest building in Bath. Afterwards we continued wandering around Bath. The sun was back out, so everyone else was too. The deck chairs in the park also made an appearance. Ended on a high note at Jamie's Italian. Said good bye to Rebecca (for 3 weeks at least), then home. We have an early start ...
Teddy wore his BLUE jumper all day today, he got very wet and soggy..
Start temp 6.5c Finish Temp 8.5 c
Distance walked 11.14 miles Time 4hours 34 minutes.
Where is Micheal Fish when you want a forecast to be wrong????
'Togged up' and full of enthusiasm, it's a case of 'bring it on', we knew that days would be spent walking in rain, wind and tempest, so in good spirits we leave Dulcot and walk to Midsomer Norton via the ...