Church Hill Farm B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... ve sat, stood and eaten. We then went into the main part of the building where props and some of the sets were laid out. There were lots of interactive things such as pushing buttons to make things move, stamping your passport with stamps hidden around the set and watching scenes from the movies. There was even a little area where you got to meet the snake that played 'Naigini' in the Deathly Hallows Part 1 & 2. ...
... The trebuchet at Warwick Castle is the largest catapult in the world. In June 2005, Warwick Castle became home to one of the world's largest working siege engines. The trebuchet is 18 metres (59 ft) tall, made from over 300 pieces of oak and weighs 22 tonnes ...
It's Saturday afternoon at 16.15 and we are off on the first leg of our journey to Nepal; first stop Doha with quatar airlines. Last year when we went to India we flew with Emirates air and I thought they were the best, but quatar even out shone them, what fantastic service, food and drink didn't stop coming for the entire 6 hours of the flight, there was an interesting group of passengers in front of us who were certainly keeping the hostess busy with tops up of Johnny ...
... times. Even though it was only 18 degrees it felt like 28 degrees!
At St Mary's church I climbed the 160 steps to the top. The view over the surrounding countyside was so prety especially all the fields of of bright yellow flower that are grown to get grape seed oil for cooking oil.
... unexpected home for the night. Amazing town, the church enormous ("we don't have a cathedral" said the girl in the pub" just St Mary's", which I will add is bigger than most cathedrals west of the Pennines). Every second house and shop seems timbered and crooked; there is a 500 year old alms hose established by the Earl of Leicester (don't remember Errol Flynn going to the opening in the movie)
Tomorrow we will be forced to do more of the same.