Days Inn Corley NEC
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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2 days to go!
Paul reckons he is all packed. Ian and myself have got our stuff ready to be packed.
Early start on Tuesday morning will see us meeting for a cooked breakfast at a Bistro in Chadsmoor (Cafe really), so we will be looking for somewhere we can see the bikes!
The weather these last few days has been very sunny and warm. Let's just hope it continues on into next week and ...
... an old steam train railway. Well we never saw or heard anything about that but what we did see, or rather experience, was this wonderful Country Park. Bryan and I took it in turns to go off and explore as I had things I wanted to do and later, when Bryan was preparing dinner, I did my exploring.
Sometimes, you just have to stop. Travelling in a narrowboat is a great way to see things from a different, ...
... see the dragonfly at the centre of the maze. We made it!!! The buildings and surrounds so beautiful - the weather, well english I guess!!
Through Upper and Lower Slaughter and onto Stow-on-the-wold (known for the gypsy horse markets later in the year) for a cuppa before supper and cinema in Northhampton.
Rugged up this morning for a walk in the fields and onto lunch at the local pub.
Great time in the village with Rob and Gwen. ...
... where Allen and Jane used to live in Cheyenne Walk, Kettering.
Jane then drove them through many towns, Slipton, Sudbrough and Grafton Underwood to name a few, I just love the names! They saw Lowick church which has 12 spires one for each apostle. Then back on the A14 to Cranford, stopped to look at 2 churches St James and St. Andrews, then back through Walkton which was a town that was very late in getting ...
... of all sorts and a number of English Pubs. After the tour of the home, we had some free time to roam about this area. After an hour or so, the chaperones met and had dinner together at The Garrick Pub - so named for David Garrick, one of the most famous actors to have played in Shakespeare's plays. (Mr. Bond referred to him as "the Russell Crowe of his day.) After dinner, we attended "Henry IV, Part 2" at ...