The Taunton Racecourse is always worth a visit! This race track is located in the heart of the Somerset countryside and it happens to be England’s youngest racecourse. The Racecourse is a 45 minutes drive from Exeter, one hour from Bristol, one 90 minutes drive from Cardiff. Taunton is also accessible by train from the south west and you can easily visit via Bristol and Exeter Airports. About fifteen horse races are held there each season.
But the Taunton track is not only a prime spot for those who love the races, it likewise has excellent facilities for all sorts of events.
Whether it’s a corporate meeting or a wedding reception, this is a perfect venue.
Starting on September 6th, the Somerset Military Tattoo will offer entertainment for the entire family. There will be many attractions that will provide an exciting and memorable day out for all ages and interests.
You can enjoy parades, a play house for the children and a variety of craft stalls and stands.
Racing season in Taunton will start on Wednesday, 29th October. Here is a list of the upcoming Race Meetings. Over at the Race Course’s website at http://www.tickets.tauntonracecourse.co.uk/index.php you can buy tickets.
Do you want to visit the Taunton Racecourse and come back with some nice cash in your pocket? If that’s the case you sure should go there and get yourself some horse racing tips! With these these racing tips your visit to the Taunton Horse Racing Course will be even more enjoyable!
Bruton may look like you typical West Country town but there is more to it, especially culturally. For example, this week, world-class art gallery Hauser & Wirth is opening there which puts Bruton and the Somerset area even more into the spotlight when it comes to fine arts and culture.
In addition to culture and arts there are many more places to go and to see. The area’s fantastic restaurants in particular deserve a closer look.
To get you started, you should really check out The Chapel.
This is an informal bistro-style restaurant and deli that’s also a renowned wine merchant and bakery.
At The Chapel, chances are there is always some cultural event going on so it’s definitely worth a visit.
Hell there is quite some difference between getting a “cheap” bed and a cheap bed. What I am talking about is that “cheap” doesn’t really always have to mean some low-quality bed imported from China.
When I was buying a bed three weeks ago I certainly had my share of “interesting” experiences, to say it mildly. The first tip I can give you here is that you shouldn’t always look only at the price when you buy a bed. Sometimes, a bed that is only 50 bucks more than the cheapest one in the store can be a lot better.
The sales person let me know that the bed itself is really not that important if you’re looking for a healthy bed that can also last you a long time.
Most cheap beds you can find today might even come with mattresses but those mattresses are normally of very low quality. And if the mattress is poor then the best bed won’t help you and you will likely get back pain and other health problems from it.
If you buy a bed, always look at the mattress first or simply just buy the bed frame first and then get an extra mattress. If you say you cannot afford both at the same time, believe me it can be worth it to save some more money rather than going for the cheapest bed/mattress you can find. A quality spring mattress or a foam mattress may only cost 50 or 100 bucks more, but if you wait two months to buy it until you can afford it it will be much better, take my word for it!
If you’re still not sure what bed to get and what type of mattress would be right, do some research on the internet because this can be very helpful. Normally, you will have some preference such as you may want a soft mattress or a firmer one, so definitely try them out in the store before you buy! Beds Devon is a good place to get you started if you live in the area, I can definitely recommend them!
Check out the great list at http://www.lonelyplanet.com/europe/travel-tips-and-articles/lonely-planets-best-in-europe-2014
It’s a list of the best travel locations in Europe. Do you know what the most popular one is?
The Lonely Planet says it’s Greece! Because of the poor economy in Greece, prices there have dropped a lot. Travelers can now have an awesome vacation without having to spend a lot of money.
More reasons why Greece makes it all the way on top of the list of favourite travel locations are the great wines there and of course the weather and awesome beaches!
The above site lists more great holiday destinations so you should definitely check it out if you’re still looking for cool places to go in Europe!