Daventry Court Hotel
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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.
After sleeping practically all day yesterday, Fran showed me around his town, Daventry, England.
Before setting off for town, I tried a Crumpet. It was so yummy!! Had it with peanut butter on it. It reminded me a bit of an English Muffin that I usually eat for breakfast, but a little fluffier and yummier, of course.
As we walked to the pedestrianized street, I was drooling over the beautiful buildings! They all ...
Birgit Beck-Broichsitter (Germany) senior teacher with Philippe Karl's School of Lightness is running this clinic in Northhampton.
After a good breakfast today's trip is to Bletchley Park home of the code breakers in WWII.
We had planned to be here for a morning but after the really informative hour and a half tour we were so interested to visit the areas we hadn't yet seen we stayed for another couple of hours after lunch in Hut 12!
The story of the park is fascinating, bought before WWII by the government and secret even then. At the height of the war 9000 people worked there ...
So we left York early because we had a date with a helicopter ride. Caroline's father has a landing strip on his farm and his friends use it to land their planes and copters and such. This was very exciting for me as I have never been up in a helicopter!
It wasn't just about the helicopter though... There was also a "Tiger Moth" coming in for a landing that very afternoon. Dad, you would have died. The plane was made in the 1930s and was very ...