Central Hotel Cheltenham
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... and Rick, as my spouse, was invited to come to the Poetry Declamation competition one wintery evening.
While sipping a nice red in the headmaster's study afterwards and milling about with the parents and other spouses (all wives as it was a boys' school and I was one of the few women teachers), I noticed Rick chatting to Prince Michael of Kent.
I asked him later what they'd been talking about, assuming he knew who he'd actually been talking to. Wrong.
A lovely summer day today so we decided to make the most of it. We drove to Bibury via Cirencester and parked near the church. This church has been in use for over a thousand years, the grounds are beautifully kept with lovely roses lining the path. Inside it is very simple but an unusual design, the altar cloth is very impressive. From here we walked back to the town, the river is the border between Bibury and Arlington. We went ...
Today we went into Bath and although we had been here several times before it was still a pleasure to look around. We drove to the park and ride as usual which is very handy and then walked down to the shopping centre. Didn't buy much but had a nice lunch. There were several buskers and this statue figure had us baffled for a while. It was very cold today compared to our time ...
... the roads that link the villages are tiny: single tracks only with passing places from time to time. We had a quick detour to Stanton: a tiny stunner of a village, where all the houses are crafted out of that same golden Oolitic limestone.
Next stop was the evocative ruins of Hailes Abbey, one of the country's main medieval pilgrimage centres, due to the fact that the abbey was rumoured to possess a vial of Christ's blood. The abbey was demolished during ...
... A solidly-hit return catch off his very first delivery results not only in a missed opportunity but Stirling is straight off the ground and on his way to hospital, The diagnosis, we later find out, is a dislocated finger with a subsequent facture to the joint.
It will probably be the end of Stirling's on-field involvement in this tour.
A fantastic, sit-down roast dinner is provided by our hosts with pineapple upside-down cake ...