Aylestone Court Hotel
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... we went and got Breakfast. We then went to a market and I didn't buy any thing but the whole time I wanted to go to a shop called GAME and I got all of 5 seconds to look in there we then had a Pub lunch and I got Nachos. We then went home and got ready for the wedding and I almost forgot that this was the whole reason we came over here I looked like and idiot in my clothes and I wanted to ...
... soon found their real motive in wanting to go when they saw the unlimited desert bar and soft drink fountain. Oh well, they have been very well behaved so we let them go wild. Roy is paying for it tonight, as he is not feeling the best in the tummy.
After lunch we visited Greyfriars House, this timber-framed house is located in the old town of Worcester and was built in 1480. The house was previously used as ...
... would have worked better except for the slight cloud cover that obscured the sun! We did notice the sky get darker and the weather got cooler and were kept intrigued by the live footage broadcast on nearly every TV channel.
We headed into the library this morning for school, this worked fairly well and we will probably use the library from time to time when we need a change of venue.
This evening is where ...
... of Aragon for a few months until his death. It was on the death of Prince Arthur that King Henry was the new heir to the throne.
During our walk Nathan found where the local Rotary Club meets so he will hopefully be able to fit in a meeting or two while we are in the area.
We did not get a chance to explore all the sights of Ludlow this afternoon or visit the Castle so we will make sure we come back and have a proper visit. ...
... pointed out where Snow White and the Huntsmen was filmed which is now on our list to see. The next morning we visited a lady named Alison and her husband Gerald who knew alot about the Talbenny (meaning "top of the hill") airfield where my grandfather crashed in 1943. Gerald came with us and pointed out various buildings, the old runway and the very spot where my grandfather crashed as his family owned the land at that time. It was a most surreal feeling.