Days Inn Warwick North M40
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... worry, the walk was fun and gave us a chance to see the town. At least that is what Nathan and Traci are telling the kids.
Roy has really gotten the hang of driving the boat and is more than capable of driving unassisted, including entering and exiting the locks. It must be the practice he has back home driving our boat around the islands.
We moored tonight at Calcutt not too far from Stockton Marina as we need to return the boat at ...
... itself. Unlike many picturesque Cotswolds villages that seem to exist purely for tourists, this was a real live town. It was filled with locals - schoolchildren, shoppers, workers - all going about their daily business, and we were the only interlopers. The roads were narrow and buildings constructed from stone and very quaint in that typical English way, sitting almost on the road, looking centuries old but neat and ...
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J went for a walk to try to find the Linford Lakes wildfowl centre marked on the map. There was an angling centre, tackle shop and pub. There was also the Hanson Environmental study centre (PRIVATE – KEEP OUT). This had a phone number – answerphone. So he followed a public footpath round the outside, but the hedges were so thick that he could not even glimpse the lakes. A barbed wire ...
... who wrote us out a list of places we should visit and booked us a table for dinner that night. Our first port of call was Burford but we got distracted along the way by 'Probably the Best Carvery in the World' which also featured what 'May be the Best View in the Cotswolds' (the latter being our claim, not theirs). We had pork, chicken and beef and all the English veggies and accompaniments you could want - including Yorkshire ...