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Weather: Lovely, warm, sunny.
The plan for today was some preparation for Sue's birthday party here on Sunday afternoon. Sue's son Stuart came and helped put up 2 borrowed gazebos in the garden and set up tables in the conservatory. He was here for morning tea and a relaxing lunch. After Stuart left we two girls, with dog Dove went for a short drive to Boddington Reservoir to walk around it, which took about an hour. This reservoir is ...
Weather: Cloudy, mild, Sue says uninteresting!
Checked out of the hotel, but after brief shopping, returned to hotel for luggage, coffee and start blog of yesterday. Underground train to Marylebone, then mainline train to Banbury, arriving 1.45pm. Went through tunnels, past hedging, villages, farms. etc. Sue met me at the station, we went supermarket shopping, then home for ...
San Francisco is the only place on our adventure that I have visited before. The last time I was there was on an alcohol fuelled road trip across America and I loved it. Though I wasn’t entirely sure whether that was down to the city itself or the copious amount of drinking we did. Turns out the city really is amazing, with or without alcohol abuse. San Francisco rivals Tokyo for the title of best city we have visited. Before we arrived we had spent 8 days in Auckland ...
... and she came to meet us at the Craddock with some scones. It was great to see Sangy and happily we persuaded her to come and stay with us in Rutland on Sunday. Slug mentioned that he fancied a curry so she kindly offered to make one and bring it with her. Waving goodbye to Sangy and Leicester we headed for Rutland, via the scenic route through the countryside of Leicestershire. Slug was impressed with the cute villages and yellow fields. We arrived ...
... the obvious answer was why not. What a bottler.
We found a garden that sits at the base of Warwick Castle and has the remains of a medieval bridge at the bottom. See photo of owner enjoying the "sun". It was a terrific find.
Then back on the road to Kenilworth Castle, one of the largest piles of rock in England.
Built by King John who surrounded it with a lake, ...