Coventry Hill Hotel
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... in the snow! Ava went tubing! She thought it was great! It's the first time they've taken Ava and now that they know how it works they will take her again! This is a great way to spend the my last few weeks travelling! I'm definitely happy to be here with family, even if I'm not used to the cold yet! I do miss the sunshine and beaches! But the trade off isn't so bad! ...
... at 5am the next morning! But I survived. On Sunday, I went out to Kate's for my last ride out. Lou, Jane, Kate and I rode out on the bridle path around Orton on the Hill. The day was stunning, the view was incredible, and it felt just like spring. And before you start wondering if I was working during this week, yes I did AI at the Hughes' every morning but there was only 1-5 cows to do each day, which made for a very cruisey final ...
... new cathedral is actually at right angles to the old, so they refer to “ecclesiastic east” which means the apse end and is actually north. The porch of the new cathedral comes out and shelters part of the old cathedral in a comforting way, almost as if it had an arm around its ruined shoulder. You walk in and it initially feels like a warehouse – or it did to me. I was quite disappointed. It is large, relatively light, and plain grey ...
... who we were more interested in we might have booked an hotel for the weekend and planned to come in on the Sunday as well. There was a train at about 22:15 straight through from Coventry to Wolves so we moved to a spot nearer the exit during the changeover (which incidentally was way too long) and stayed to hear the first three songs which confirmed our jointly held view that the band was probably alright but not much to enthuse about.
We’d got the train ...
... of war equipment.)
Today’s Coventry has a wonderful Transport Museum, full of old and new designs of wheeled vehicles, including Queen Mary’s Daimler; cars by Jaguar, Triumph, Morris, Rover and others; and the vehicle that holds the world record for fastest land speed, the ThrustSSC. It has two jet engines. I had a fantastic ride in the simulator, reaching a speed of 763 mph (1228 kmph), faster than its own sound. Great fun!