Twelfth Night Guest House
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... back to their house and pinned the ears back. It was great catching up, John and Sandra are very gracious hosts.
Far too many bottles of wine later it was 1.00am and with no more world issues that needed solving we hit the sack, knowing there was probably going to be a sore head or two the next day.
Our stay in the United Kingdom this time is only about five days. We had travelled fairly extensively throughout the British Isles on our last trip and we always had planned to head South. The few days here were really only for getting over jet lag and for playing golf. Having done that, we hit the road to head to Birmingham and our flights to Spain.
Along the way we stopped at a charming English town ...
... in her and having everything we need to hand. Despite what might seem like very limited space we find her more than adequate. Perhaps it is a mind set. When we set off moving we check readiness in each 'room', so say something like "Bedroom Ok, bathroom clear, kitchen fully stowed, dining room tidy, electrity and gas disconnected, lets go". Sometimes I stand outside and look along her length and think, 'She really is a TARDIS, how can we have all that space inside?'
... a mortgage and imminent wedding proposals. It was pretty strange, we had dinner and then went down to the canal and ate ice cream. It was beautifully calm, despite intermittent lightning, but it was pretty serene, watching the boats drift by, and couples sitting underneath the trees. We found a bar for last drinks and Helen and I were the only people dancing in the bar, but we didn't mind! All too soon the rain set in, and we popped home to recover.
Another successful ...
... and daughters. After a brisk walk back to the coach, we drove into the countryside to Anne Hathaway's cottage. I had to reconfirm with many students that this was NOT the actress's house, but rather Shakespeare's wife's childhood home. The cottage was quite small, only initially consisting of two rooms. We were able to see the old fireplace where they would have made porridge pot. This was basically a pot of stew that they would just keep adding things to - vegetables, ...