Premiere Classe Coventry Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Adult pool
- Room service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Thanks for following along, it's been fun and gratifying to know friends and family have been on the trip with us.
Many have commented it was "the trip of a lifetime". Well, yes... but we hope not, more one of our trips during our lifetime. We're already thinking about where to go next.
Midge and David
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... The next week I went shopping at Asda. I had just checked out when the police came in and started evacuating the store. I asked one of the officers what was going on and apparently there was some crazy man waving a knife around inside and threatening people. I could have went straight home since I already got what I came in for but I decided to stick around and watch the ensuing chaos. More police cars flooded into ...
... body with her hair. Only one person disobeyed her orders and he was thereafter known as Peeping Tom. Believe it or not!
On the way back to our hotel we decided to drive to the Triumph Factory at Hinckley to see if we could organise a factory tour for the following morning. Greg and I had visited the factory in 2007 and then gone home and purchased our first Triumph. Back then we had booked our tour several months in advance so it would be a ...
... illustrated anything again. Also a tiny little room, a travelling exhibition from the British Museum containing a “fortress turban” which is one of those enormous Sikh turbans with sort of skewer things in it, and a couple of accompanying display cases showing other turbans and explaining how to tie such an edifice. I think these travelling exhibitions might be quite a common thing: the lady at the Oxford Natural History Museum told me the ...
... of Coventry’s history that ranged from medieval times, when Coventry was second only in importance to London, until modern times. The exhibition was well set out and had some very interesting items on display. Amongst other things, I got to see pottery, embroidery, furniture, photographs and lots of watches and clocks. I was very glad I had stumbled upon it.
I then made a bee-line to the Library, which was in the ...