Broadlands Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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And so after a long flight - 12+ hours - we arrived in Paris, grabbed a quick drink and then on to Birmingham. Unfortunately, Pat's suitcase decided to stop off in Paris but will hopefully be delivered tomorrow! Back to a sunny UK, with a temperature not much cooler than Hanoi yesterday, where the blossom is in full swing. Lots of memories of a lovely holiday. ...
It was very dark and wet when we woke up to the alarm. Leanne arrived as planned and drove us to the airport. Unfortunately, as we left the M6 there was a huge tail back where we needed to go, presumably due to an accident.. We sat in it for a while, moving 100yds in 10 mins. Action was needed so we headed off towards Tamworth where we saw signs towards Coleshill. At least that was vaguely in the right direction. Between my limited knowledge and Leanne's iPhone, ...
... that there she was, all week, and we hadn't even said hello to each other. I'd like to blame the fact that the group was so big, but in reality, if I hadn't of been so anti social then I probably would have met a few other amazing people.
Well its done and dusted now, not much I can do about it.
Arrived in London, stayed there for the night before a planned weekend of shena****ns with my new besties.....
... many of our stops, no admission was needed to view Shakespeare's grave, only a donation of 50 pence for students or 2 pounds for adults. I gladly made the donation to a kind old man that sat nearby. I made my way to Shakespeare's grave, made sure to read the inscription that I have so often shared with my classes, and took a moment to honour one of the world's great talents.
After taking some photos of the church, we headed back to the coach park ...
... it was the typical wiggly-floored, narrow stairs that we had come to expect. Once outside we stopped to chat to one of the players who sing and recite for the visitors, our man was older and good fun – there was no-one else around so he and I did a quick duet of Greensleeves, very brave I was. He then did two scenes from Macbeth, the ‘Tomorrow and tomorrow’ scene and the gatekeeper which was hilarious, portrayed in a drunken Scottish accent with a ...