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Gloucestershire's Grand Castle Hotels

There are two castle hotels within Gloucestershire’s boundaries which serve their respective areas very well. One, Thornbury Castle in South Gloucestershire, is a genuine late medieval castle which once accommodated Henry VIII and there is… 2,120 more words


Castles in the Forest of Dean

The loveliest and most enigmatic area of Gloucestershire, the Royal Forest of Dean, is wonderful to visit just about any time but is especially stunning in Spring and Autumn when everything is renewing or changing before winter. 2,056 more words


Europe in the Middle Ages: A Day in the Life - Christine's Chronicles


If You Think Life’s Difficult Now, Check Out What People Endured in Medieval Times

by Christine Lorraine

Sept. 19, 2011


The way European life evolved in the Middle Ages depended primarily upon which of the three classes a person was born into: Peasant, nobility or clergy. 1,235 more words

Christine Lorraine

North Gloucestershire Glories

There are faint remnants of motte and baileys throughout Gloucestershire which do not concern most people except for the possible history attached to these apparitions and only a few of those converted to stone castles have substantially visible remains. 2,355 more words


5th Birthday Adventure

We went to Medieval Times for our daughter’s 5th birthday and it was one of the best days we have spent together.

The rain outside made me glad that we had decided against the amusement park for her celebration. 1,168 more words


I am so happy. That’s all.

#1-2: Seal Beach Pier. This place was so beautiful, if a little chilly. Fisherpeople were lining the sides a little farther out. 596 more words


Day 196: July 15

It’s been one of the busiest work weeks ever so I haven’t had time to post. Apologies for the delay! This shot here is an interior picture of a Medieval Times goblet. 36 more words