Days Inn Warwick North M40
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... who lost their lives and the firemen and rescuers who tried to help. Back to the Gift Shop where I bought the T-shirt and a pair of beautiful red poppy earrings.
We left there admiring the concept and the execution of this wonderful memorial and highly recommend a visit. We then set out to drive towards London with no real idea of our destination except we wanted to be near enough to have a short drive back to Heathrow in the morning to drop off the car. We ...
Yesterday we started off in Stratford Upon Avon. Contrary to the forecast it was a beautiful warm sunny day. We had a walk around Stratford. There was the house where Shakespeare may have been born. Or maybe not. We walked along the Avon river. There were various watercraft, from tour boats to rental dingys. Along the banks were trees that looked like weeping willows. It was a green and peaceful sight. We left Jessie in a park watching a ...
... wines. Unfortunately the range of French champagne is quite limited and not as affordable as I expected, so it's Italian prosecco for me. Well, until I get to France! Today we went on a Town Tour for over two hours. We're enjoying these as we learn more about the town and there's an opportunity to ask questions. We saw the house where Shakespeare was born, and probably lived, and buildings that weren't considered that old, ...
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... entertaining (be prepared for an avalanche of sexual innuendo--and outright reference). My feeling was that this was fun and pretty much content-less, which surprised me a bit, after the talk that we had this afternoon, which suggested that this play was a satire on class culture and hypocrisy. The production was set in a sort of nebulous post-WWII London, and featured a Jazz club and an actual singer who was SPECTACULAR. She was worth the price of admission.