Bosworth Hall Hotel
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... pushing him in.
The place we chose to meet up was a little awkward as there was nowhere near to park the car with the shopping in, but I managed to haul it all the way back to the boat.
After quite a lot of traveling over the past couple of days, it seemed sensible to stick around in Hopwas for a while. So Carrie decided to have a nap while I watched a film. Then it was a dinner of cheese sandwiches and some muffins, which my Nan brought us.
... so despite both me and Carrie being exhausted we limped our way into Armitage.
Once moored up it seemed like Carrie got a burst of energy so went blackberry picking, we then had a dinner of beans on toast with mushrooms followed by french toast with a kind of jam style coulis using the last of the fresh fruit.
We stopped for lunch just south of Great Haywood, but first we went through Tixall Wide. Basically Tixall House didn't want their view spoilt by a canal, so it was disguised as a lake. Seems like a clever way to disguise a canal, and is quite an impressive thing as you come round the corner to find a massive expanse of water before you.
We stopped a little further on for lunch at a nice little lock side restaurant which gave us ...
Lovely comfy bed, but oh boy, is it really July. We were both so cold, at least the heating is efficient. After a good sort out, finding various cubby holes, we packed everything tightly into all the cupboards and drawers. By this time it had started to rain, but we decided to go out for another practice drive. So we set off for Market Bosworth. After trying to find the battle site, being taken down ...
... to the extent where they are comfortable to hold a conversation with both adults and other children.
After mass we drove about 1.5hrs to the village of Market Bosworth. Today was a historic day for the town with the re-internment procession for King Richard III who was killed in nearby Bosworth Field in August 1485. Upon his death he was buried in the city of Leicester in an unknown grave, however his remains were discovered under a car park in 2013. ...