At Old Sarum, in Hangar 1 just along from the airfield cafe, is a door to a world of legend and history. Entry is £8.50 for adults (sorry, I can’t remember what the childrens entry fee is) and as you walk down the corridor from the shop and reception desk, it’s all very unassuming. You […]Read More Flights of Imagination
Lovely parade this year as Salisbury Carnival avoided the rain, as local community groups supported by local businesses entertained the crowdsRead More Car-ni-vaal!
Day Three: The most fantastic breakfast in the Hotel, with my own elegant, large teapot for a nice cup or two, or three of earl grey tea plus charcuterie, pastries, delicious tarts – a Sunday ‘petit dejeunner’ that would set you up ‘til tea-time and possibly beyond. We trekked through the Forum […]Read More Paris à pied, la troisième partie
The streets and alleys of Paris are full of intreague, interest. Buildings heaving with architectural details, grand eloquence and quirky humour. Cafes saying come in, eat, drink, talk a while, wide tree-lined boulevards and lofty arches drawing your eye further on, as if to say – keep going, there’s more around the corner. An old […]Read More dans les rues de Paris II
See the full gallery on PosterousRead More Old Wardour Castle
but I can’t help thinking it would be a more accessible event in the day time.Read More Salisbury Carnival Procession
Lines for Winter, by Mark StrandRead More National Poetry Day 2010
Who says romance is dead!Read More National Poetry Day 2010