From Norway to Bristol ... in England
A search for flights from Norway to
Britannia showed that landing in Bristol definitively was cheapest in
that period we could go. Oh my, that's close to Wales.
A rapid questioning of the family: "Anybody want to go to Wales?"
Answer: "JIIIHA!!! When do we
So we went last in June 2008. After a bit trouble finding the
var we had rented, we left for Elm Tree Cottage in
Nailsea. Jeez, this B&B was great. The rooms were delicate, it was
a calm place and very lovely landlord and -lady. The day we left
Norway, we took only one picture and that of a book! You can't use
the picture to the right.
O key, I admit that we did not find ETC at first try. Arild
was driving and I read the map and no way you can call me stubborn. A
few extra curves we got. But the description was correct (I became a
bit ashamed when that was found out).
In the morning we discovered that the place was everything it
promised in the evening. A fantastic garden was detected. The hosts
made a delicious breakfast with lots of local ingredients. We was yet
in short of a sleeping place the last night before going back to
Norway. The family soon agreed that Elm Tree Cottage would be just the
right place to end our stay in Britannia. Luckily they had a room
Bev and David at ETC gave us a guided tour
in their garden. The herbs was, well, considerable larger than those in
my garden at home. No, no, I'm not jealous, hmf.
Photo to the left: Siw
Haugnes (you may use the
picture if identified).
Greetings from Siw and the