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... houses a retreat for a church organization. Then we drove around to see some of the places known to us by name only, but that were part of her families history back as far as 1700.
A quick stop at the grocery store and we were back in our room by about 1:30. We looked up some places of local interest, picked one out (despite its questionable ...
After a delicious breakfast at the Austin Guest House in Warwick, the family headed north into Wales and I headed south into the Cotswolds. First stop, as always, was Burford. This is an ancient medieval town that is pretty much preserved as it was for the last few hundred years. I am particularly sad as the Staffordshire Pottery shop that graced the High Street on a couple of my visits has sadly closed and been replaced with a gallery that it way outside my ...
... went round the prop and we had no steerage. We gathered some plums, and then removed a large sheet or curtain off the propeller.
The water was very clear, so we could see various objects in the canal, including a child car seat, a fridge, an open umbrella and the inevitable plastic bags. We had to travel slower than usual to avoid stirring up things on the bottom.
We arrived eventually at Sneyd Junction, where we disposed of all the bits ...
... for the Merlin tour and the dungeon tour. We had some time so we wandered down to the mill and down to the trebuchet that was waiting to b e shot during the day. A wander through the castle (photography IS allowed) for about a half an hour found us ready to join the group at the Merlin Tour. It was OK, only going for about 15 minutes but had a dragon that spoke to people from behind a mirror.
Our next trek was to ...
... thus the Scottish flag.
And thence to the nearby little Museum / Gallery precinct, which was lovely: several smallish spaces for specific exhibitions as well as the larger Art Gallery (with rather grotty stuff, I have to say) and… to my amazement, a Jacquard Loom. This is one of those iconic things which I was very excited to see: they were Industrial Revolution machines designed to weave patterns into ribbons, and the patterns were programmable ...
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- Free parking