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Category Archives: ancient sites and ruins

Lemon Curd, Steam Rooms and Thinking Alike | Wroxeter Roman City

Wroxeter Roman City, Jody Weymouth Photography

Andrew and I sometimes think so alike that it scares me…really, really scares me. We were driving back from Powis Castle in Wales and had not planned on seeing another place. We had already had a very full day. We both must have been finding it difficult to just see one site. I was looking...

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Scarborough – a castle and a Bronte

Our last stop on the last day of our crazy whirlwind Easter vacation was Scarborough.  I had planned for us to drive along the coast. Time was not our friend and we have to stick to the dual carriageways. The drive went a lot faster but was not as pretty. Scarborough Castle is an English...

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Whitby – An Abbey, Dracula, Captain Cook and Jet | Jody Weymouth

Our last day on our Easter camping trip would be no different than the other days Рa whirlwind of sights and experiences. We left our campsite at  Brompton-on-Swale and drove through the Moors of North Yorkshire. My very heart and soul has yearned for the Yorkshire Moors for as long as I can remember....

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Becoming Jane | A Day in Bath – Jody Weymouth

If you are at all familiar with any of the works of Jane Austen, you will have heard of Bath. Bath serves as a backdrop for her novels and played an important part of her life. Of course, Bath also has those Roman Baths. I had longed to visit Bath for more years than I...

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Twenty-Eleven the First – Jody Weymouth

It was decided that our first day of the new year, living in another country had to be celebrated in a big way. And since there is nothing bigger in England than walking, walk we did. The area of England where we are now is filled with ancient sites. It was time to do some...

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