Days Inn Warwick North M40
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The Cotswolds region originally was a large producer of the finest wool in Europe which brought prosperity to the region. It fell onto difficult times, but today is enjoying a revival. A lot of the homes are constructed of stone from Bath, giving the area a charming appeal. We walked around Lower Slaughter with a working waterwheel, Stow- on- ...
... the day so Bryan can catch a train to London, we have decided to make the most of these last few days and just relax and enjoy them. Consequently, we only moved about a mile and a half today and moored up opposite the "hares field" just before the Aynho visitor moorings. Too late in the morning to make it to the church which is a mile and a bit away up the hill, but early enough to get two lots of laundry washed and dried in the lovely sunshine. I went off for ...
... keeping an eye to the clock we reluctantly leave and make our way into town. Find the City Walls and climb up and along these ancient walls, marvelling at all the remnants of previous civilisations that have occupied this place. We walk through the city gardens, through the remains of the old York Abbey ( a reminder of Henry V111 and his destruction) A quick peek at the York Museum (not enough time for a proper visit!) Back on the walls again before starting our walk through the ...
... stopped for lunch below Baker’s Lock, before proceeding down the river section to the strangely shaped Shipton Weir Lock.
Thrupp Canal Cruising Club were having their work party weekend, so there were lots of people rushing around doing things as we stopped to use the Sanitary Station. After the Lift Bridge, now mechanised, we found a 48H mooring, two boats along from Bones. As we were securing the ropes, Bones was returning to her boat so we had a brief ...
... set up as they would’ve been in Shakespeare’s time and there were staff there explaining what the rooms were used for.
When I’d finished looking in the house I took Emma and Matt went inside. It was quarter past three by then so I took Emma into the cafe next door and gave her some afternoon tea. I had a snack while I waited for Matt who found us when he was done. After that we walked through the shop on the way out.
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