Arden Park Guest House
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... There is also a yacht club, but not many were out today. Swimming isn't allowed. The reservoir covers a surface area of 72 acres, and holds 204.6 million gallons.
We returned home for me to do washing, Sue finish mowing lawn etc.
Just as we were considering the evening meal Vanessa, next door neighbour came and invited us to enjoy a drink with her and husband Martin in their back garden, which we did, then returned home for our meal.
... of the walk.
I'll put in a couple of 'nice' shots because Lee likes them.
The next shot is of a farm (surprise, surprise) but it's there to illustrate just how entrenched is this right of way thing for walkers here. The path literally goes right through the farm. You've seen photos of me walking through wheat fields and various crops as well. It really is the done thing. The same thing happens with the golf course but I'll get to that soon.
Another danger. (This ...
... NO buses at all on Sunday. We had pre-booked tickets for a back stage tour at the Royal Shakespeare Company theatre in Stratford and Lee wanted to buy some souvenir items so we needed to be there by midday. Another £30 taxi? Each way! Imagine how impressed I was with that. Not! The answer? There in the first photo insert.
Well we don't look like axe murders. Well I don't, 'cause our saviour was happy to have me in the ...
... from an ‘ice-cream boat’ that was moored along the bank. Nathan and Traci found a fish and chip shop overlooking the river for lunch and we sat outdoors enjoying the beautiful weather and doing some people watching. It was very nice and relaxing.
By mid afternoon it was time to leave and on our way back we dropped into another National Trust property called Coughton Court. Coughton has a very interesting history with ...
... an old church, the Guild Chapel, that was open to visitors. It dates back to 1269 when the Bishop of Worcester allowed the establishment of a chapel and hospital at the location.
The interior was amazing. Each pew had a little table and lamp, so the worshippers could read their prayer books without straining their eyes. Frescos on the wall, originally painted in the 1400s and depicting heaven and hell, ...