Wells, Stonehengeand lunch at Shepton Mallet
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Where I stayed
cheddar Bridge Caravan Park
garmin found a parking area for us so parked Charley Helios for a few hours and started walking.
Wells is the smallest city in England and is surrounded by stunning countryside at the foot of the Mendip Hills. It is a medievil city and of course has some extraordinary history as well as being very pleasing to the eye. It has a 13th century Bishops Palace still surrounded by a moat. great to walk around the place. Wells's main feature is the Wells Cathedral.It's origin dates back to 12th century and it took 150 years to complete. It is so big and beatiful and very hard to describe. It is truly something to be seen. Took us hours to walk through it and the attention to detail everywhere is awe inspiring. If you can look the cathedral up on the internet it is well worth a visit. Walked around some more and all to soon it was time to find Charlie again and move on.
Driving home again after all that through the narrowest roads we have ever come across. A bit of a job passing other vehicles at times. Good fun though and to us unique.
Chatted to a few people in the park in the evening, all very nice and a good time was held by all.
Graham so far we have seen only 2 Stobart trucks, you are getting of lightly. Hope the trip to Truro will be the same. See you in Truro