Cathedral Lodge Hotel
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... somewhere, I immediately want to be gone. I hate drawn out goodbyes. As I was walking along musing, I thought that there are some areas I'm not impatient in like talking to people etc.
At the next lock, Hazel mentioned how fast I had walked and that she couldn't keep up with me. As she took the boat into the lock I noticed that the water dispersal at the stern was wrong - an indication that the prop is fouled. Hazel moved the boat to the side as ...
... br> Ian tells me we have some of his work friends from Belgium following our travels on this Blog. Feel free to make some comments everyone!
2 more sleeps in my own bed then, before I start having to share with one of The Chuckle Brothers. Must remember to pack my Chastity Belt!
I think we are all ready to go now. All looking forward to our Trip - it should be a good 10 days.
... gone off to the pub opposite for lunch and had done the same thing the day before and gone off for four hours, a definite No No for a boater. This could well have been the person responsible for leaving the lock gates open.
We set to, preparing to fill our tank and after about 10 minutes, the owner of the miss - moored boat returned. He chatted to Hazel in a very friendly way saying, "go ahead, carry on what you're
doing". Hazel ...
We decided to take advantage of the warmer weather this weekend so we headed out to Lichfield on the train. It's a gorgeous little town. The cobbled streets are lined with boutique clothes shops, pubs and cafes with lots of hidden alleyways. The first thing we saw as we hopped off the train was the grand cathedral behind some nearby buildings so we decided to head in that direction. It was just beautiful. I was stunned at ...
To ensure we landed at Heathrow to glorious weather we hauled the sunshine back across the Atlantic Ocean with us and touched down as planned on a sunny Friday afternoon. We immediately headed north to Lichfield, the people of which Samuel Johnson once described as "the most sober, decent people in England" rather generous considering that it was the last place in the country to stop burning people at the stake. (Lonely Planet)
My friends are definitely not testament ...