Bank House Hotel & Country Club
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Well the morning woke to a very frosty start of the day so we headed off to the city of Worcester and was a very foggy and frosty trip all the way with the hedges and trees all frosted......on the way we had to dodge a couple of large male deers as they scooted across the road.......we arrived in ...
... other side, ostrich burgers were high on the menu with several stalls selling them, along with Aberdeen Angus and reindeer burgers, this was a bit hard to explain to son, he was worried that Santa may not get to him as the reindeer had been made into a blitzenburger, got round this by saying that the reindeer who made the grade went to help Santa, those that didnt made the burgers, this was fine until he thought ...
... was fine. We jumped off at Birmingham Airport, and this is where everything began to go wrong. We managed to ask someone for directions, she told us we needed to go to the train station by monorail and then take a bus. But when we got to the station there where 6 different buses and not knowing where we were going we decided on a cab. The Indian/ Pakistani gentlement dropped us at the Birmingham Holiday Inn, on arrival we were told this the wrong one and the one we ...
... palace, had the wealth to make many rooms as grand as those at Versailles. We exited the building from the Long Library and chapel out into the Water Terraces, part of the garden that had many water features, some of which were frozen. Walked past the great lawn the returned into the house, this time to another exhibition. Unlike the first tour, this was more a preprogrammed tour with robots and recordings showing ...
Woke up late and had a full breakfast at the YHA. Did a self guided walking tour of Oxford, based on a guidebook we bought at the visitors' centre. Went up the old Saxon tower of St Michael's, the oldest remaining building in Oxford, built before the Norman invasion. Particular highlights were the lake and fields behind Christ Church and Merton Colleges. Walked under the Bridge of Sighs, and briefly through the Bodleian ...
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