Premiere Classe Coventry Hotel
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... left to fill in the afternoon. Turns out we were right about the appeal, but we did some shopping and were back bi about 4pm.
At shortly after 5:00 we headed to the pub for dinner, which serves an awesome grilled haddock
with chips and mushy peas. Now at 7pm, we are in our room having coffee/tea and winding down.
Off to York tomorrow !
... most were the gardens. The penguins live in the walled garden which has beautiful colours and some amazing plants that I didn't recognise but appreciated their loveliness. The Kids has a good time and enjoyed the train ride albeit from the bottom of my bag because I forgot to take them out!!!
After a lovely 3hours I headed off to London and to my dodgy digs for the evening. I just looked for somewhere near Heathrow that was cheap! I checked in about ...
... round and gathered a lot of weed in doing so. We tried one or two places, before finding a pleasant spot alongside an old wharf where we could get in to the side.
The weather was really warm and Hazel was able to hang out the washing to dry in the sun.
We went for a walk up to the Chasewater Reservoir, where the whole world was out and about enjoying sailing, water-skiing and wakeboarding. We noticed that the small basin at the end had mooring ...
... for the Merlin tour and the dungeon tour. We had some time so we wandered down to the mill and down to the trebuchet that was waiting to b e shot during the day. A wander through the castle (photography IS allowed) for about a half an hour found us ready to join the group at the Merlin Tour. It was OK, only going for about 15 minutes but had a dragon that spoke to people from behind a mirror.
Our next trek was to ...
... as the cathedral, we went into the adjacent old Guildhall, which was largely spared during the firebombing, it would appear, and is interesting chiefly as one of the many places poor old Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned: there’s a high, dark little room which is known as “Mary Queen of Scots’ Room," but another, much nicer and brighter room lower down has a sign saying that it was much more likely to have been where she was held, as she was ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking