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... We arrived in Stratford and first went to Ann Hathaways house. This was her house before she married Shakespeare. Truly an amazing house and gardens and trying to get our heads wrapped around the fact that the house was from 1400. We then headed into town to Shakespeare birthplace which was a lot smaller and right in centre of town. We learned a lot about his life. Sad that he had no direct descendants only a great nephew that kept things going. After a tour around ...
... a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century.
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They spent the night GLAMPING! Hannah told Elaine, "This isn't CAMPING!"
... to enjoy while we waited. Eric was receiving stressful emails and needed many Crown Royals to calm him, thank God for Canadian whiskey! When we got on the plane an entire section of business class was not occupied due to a lightening storm causing a missed connection, so Eric was able to move to the pod behind mine. The flight was filled with delicious wines (Chilean for me and French for Eric), steak dinners, and peach ...
... clubs, speedway clubs and more Classic racecars than I had ever seen. It was totally exhausting, by the end of the day with our senses overloaded and bodies aching we dragged ourselves back to the train station still some 10 minutes walk away ( still within the NEC).The rest of our time in Brummyland was spent walking, visiting Angela's Aunt, coffee hunting and more walking. The day was finally here, the owners came home from their trip and with our car ...
... despair and misery were the orders of the day. I have been driven out of my mind.
Also today, a book arrived from Amazon: "After Daybreak", by Ben Shephard. It is about the liberation of the Belsen concentration camp in April 1945, which the British troops called the "Horror Camp", and with good reason. It was dramatically overcrowded, most of the inmates were suffering from ...