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Somerset video clips - July 2006
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have a good look round fascinating Glastonbury and all its wonderful mystic,
psychic, healing, crystal and gifts and arts and crafts shops. A couple
of close ups of amazing shops and places within the Glastonbury Experience
area as well as some town shots.
back at our Langport cottage, Belinda enthuses to her sister on the phone
about Glastonbury, then we head out to the local pub for a drink in the warm
evening sunshine before going to the Cardamom Indian Restaurant in Langport
and enjoy a really yummy Indian meal!
studies the Fleet Air Arm Museum guide before we look at all the WW1 and WW2
aircraft inside, Belinda presses some buttons in the Merlin Experience, we
join the Flight Deck for a take-off before finishing with a look round
Concorde and Mike trying to fly.
climb the zig-zag path up to the top of Brean Down and walk along the
peninsula to the old fort which we explore. Returning by the old
military road, with great views to Weston-Super-Mare, the wind blows our
voices away and we finish with an Ice Cream on the beach.
pours the cider, Mike cooks the evening meal and we sit down to enjoy
buys the tickets while Mike has a look at the steam engine of the West
Somerset Railway before climbing aboard. A look around Dunster later
and we're heading back after watching the train coming into the station and
the engine shunting. Lots of steam train shots!
inspecting the Cheddar Gorge guide we head into cool Gough's Cave followed by
the Cheddar Man Museum. After lunch we visit Cox's cave and climb
Jacobs Ladder, admiring the view from the top. Finally, we take the
topless tour bus along the stunning Gorge.
a hot day we climb to the top of Glastonbury Tor and look at the tower and
viewpoint, then admire the peaceful Chalice Well Gardens from where we spot
the Tor again and finish with a look at the old ruins of Glastonbury Abbey.
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