The Castle & Ball Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we are facing one another. The blog rolls out and I gradually begin to feel some relief at catching up on the arrears. We are five days behind and I know from past experience that once the actual experience fades from the memory, no matter how detailed were my notes on the track, the freshness of the description is jeopardised.
Not much else to report from today. We stopped for a sandwich sitting in the high street ...
... character, not dead, the matriarch, holding power in the mountains in a battle with Siward (the English battle leader, Lord of Northumbria) and Malcolm the Scots pretender, English puppet king. Well produced, directed and staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre of Scotland. We walked out into the Oxford street at 5pm. A rushed walk to the covered market, but unfortunately closed. A wander home ...
... mini-computer into submission so that I could include photos on this blog, I would, but I can't. When I get home, I'll post visuals to illustrate some special moments of this trip, including yesterday's.
Jerry'd spent the day at the Museum of Natural History, photographing moths. Together we cleaned out the fridge for dinner (Claire would NOT have approved:: marmalade and and butterless stale bread, an omelette ...
I had my first encounter with a hedgehog this morning as we returned from Marlborough. He was lying dead in the road as we drove by so after asking to stop I moved his body into the bushes, shedding a tear for him as I said goodbye. His body was intact and still warm and as I lifted him up I could feel the prickliness of his tiny ...
... visit using technology not then available such as sophisticated animatronic people and holograms. Blenheim Palace was a hit with both of us, especially me as it was I who had planned the day at Warwick Castle.
Before venturing on I should mention that Blenheim Palace was built by Queen Anne (not personally) for the Duke of Marlborough between 1705 and 1724 in recognition of his victory over the French and Bavarians and is the only non-royal or church building permitted ...