BEST WESTERN Falstaff Hotel
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... decline in the early 20th century until it was sold by the eighth earl in the 1970's to Madame Tussaud's. The highlight was the Winter Birds of Prey show featuring Bruce the Buzzard and Dexter the Falcon, who flew right over our heads. Tomorrow we are off to Denby Dale and will be going to the carols and lighting of the village Christmas ...
The great thing about winter in UK is that , at some time each day, you get warm! Woke to see sun but thick frost on the Boomer windows, in a lovely warm house. Another chance to look at "The Family Tree"over brekkie. Then set off for Stourbridge, where John had arranged to buy a new air compressor. Duly fitted new compressor. John left parts of two previous ones to be "cobbled" into one more spare. ...
... mates thought he was plumb LBW and that the decision was correct. The next batsman in was said to have jumped straight out of his chair ready to bat as soon as the ball hit the pads. The rest of the innings was fairly unremarkable. I fielded for the first 20 overs while Murray kept wickets and I then took over the gloves for the second half. All was going well, I was keeping very well and then the rain set in. ...
... founded around an 8th-century abbey. During the 13th century, one of the two main battles of England's Second Barons' War took place near the town, marking the victory of Prince Edward who later became King Edward I.
We had hoped to have a tour of the historic sites around town but unfortunately arrived too late and had to make our way directly to the cricket ground. Its my turn for a spell on the ...