Forget-Me-Not Guest House

Address: 18 Evesham Place, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England, CV37 6HT, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 18 Evesham Place, Stratford-upon-Avon, is near The American Fountain, King Edward VI Grammar School, Shakespeare's School, and Guild Hall.
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      A travel blog entry by taramarika on Feb 08, 2015

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      ... in the snow! Ava went tubing! She thought it was great! It's the first time they've taken Ava and now that they know how it works they will take her again! This is a great way to spend the my last few weeks travelling! I'm definitely happy to be here with family, even if I'm not used to the cold yet! I do miss the sunshine and beaches! But the trade off isn't so bad! ...

      The Brummies revenge

      A travel blog entry by garyorme on Dec 09, 2014

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      ... Show and to keep an eye on the 'little boy in a big candy shop' was my lovely minder with her camera, I promised to behave !As a venue, the NEC is simply enormous, set in 611 acres it has 20 interconnected halls and at least 6 large carparks, a train station, a bus service, a 16,000 seat arena and at this particular show an indoor motor racing circuit where races where held during the show. There were Formula one displays, World rally cars, monster trucks, ...

      Shakespeare Country

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Jun 27, 2014

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      ... of the cottage is original. It was added to over the years by her family and lived in by the family until 1846 when it was sold to the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. The walls are wattle and daub with huge oak timbers. I learned that English oak is so hard that it has to be cut and used green, within 48 hours. Bent timbers are bent as saplings to the correct angle and when they are cut 50 years later fit exactly to the ...

      Day 13: The One With the Left-Hand Drive

      A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jan 04, 2014

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      ... s House is a beautiful reconstruction, but it's a shame that New Place was torn down. Hall's Croft is also a beautiful, sprawling mansion of a house and Shakespeare would have likely visited his daughter and son-in-law there in the the three years between their acquisition of the home and his death. We saw the King's School where Shakespeare would almost certainly have been educated (it is still a school today--imagine that? Taking ...


      A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Sep 30, 2013

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      ... Park had its own telephone exchange manned by Wrens. Also in the hut was an exhibit about the Channel Islands and what happened to them and their population after the German occupation ended; there was a story board taking you through the capture of an Enigma machine from a German U-boat; and surprisingly the small exhibition on the use of pigeons in warfare was fascinating – no mention made of Blackadder’s Speckled ...