Conference Aston Hotel
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... Aston which is described in the guide as being 'overrun with new housing', in great contrast to Brewood (pronounced brood) which is full of character and lots of historic goodies. Brewood originated with the building of a Roman fort on Beacon Hill to defend Watling Street. As you pass over Stretton Aqueduct you have an excellent view of the A5 which was originally built by the Romans. I must admit to a sense of great superiority over the teeming motorists below.
Off we go into town with oz to make sure they got from moore street to new street. Two cathedrals, two towers, 275 in york....325 in durham Viking tour done, sherry in the room....johnnie walker for lunch. Up and out today.... Cotswolds, roman villas, tourists, chocolate box pictures. The wind is ...
... Guess we will have to find a new favourite.
Slight hiccup at the check-in counter as the attendant tells me my luggage at 33kgs is 3 kilos overweight. Brief moment of concern until I remind her that she has not factored in the extra 15kgs that Malaysian allows for sporting equipment. Thanks Malaysian. The flight is about as good as can be expected for a 12 hour flight. I ...
... muddy) as they need to pack everything tonight for their trip home. Looking skywards as we head off at 9:30, it would seem they will get their wish.
We are leaving early (for a 1:30 game) as Stirling wishes to show us the National Memorial Aboretum, a national site of remembrance at Alrewas. The Arboretum, on approximately 150 acres of old gravel workings, contains over 50,000 trees, with more being added each year. There are nearly 300 memorials ...
... to her in Dutch, and I asked her where she would like me to put my big case, whilst piling the smaller ones on top of me. Adonis said he agreed with me. The sour-faced woman showed no indication that she spoke English. Adonis, bless him, pulled the case over into his legroom and sour-face sat down without a thank you. I tried to stop the piled bags from toppling over onto her.
The next stop was Nijmegen. Adonis and I both got up. I think I was already a bit in ...