Days Inn Warwick North M40
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Off we go into town with oz to make sure they got from moore street to new street. Two cathedrals, two towers, 275 in york....325 in durham Viking tour done, sherry in the room....johnnie walker for lunch. Up and out today.... Cotswolds, roman villas, tourists, chocolate box pictures. The wind is ...
... br> But heh travel is a learning curve and drawing on our previous cultural mishaps we had a look around our fellow patrons and espied open shellfish sandwiches on a table nearby which looked more than acceptable. So I gestured at the hapless diners stuck two fingers up to the waitress and hoped on hope that was not translated as " Now f..k off and get us a couple of prawn sarnies" !!
But the reminiscing sparked a wider discussion ...
... eventually Keith used a plank as a fulcrum and prised the barge from the sandbank. At the next lock (Kings Lock) a man in a van told John about a barge he'd seen that was stranded and that it would be there a long time. We were charged £44.50 to go on the Thames. Early afternoon we met up with Pete's wife, sister and mother and enjoyed a wonderful picnic at Thrupp. In the evening we had a meal at The Rock of Gibraltar pub in ...
... turn, and everybody joined in. Mostly they were 3-chord easy to play songs. With so many musicians, it was hard to hear the words or the quieter instruments as there was no microphone and no PA. We sang Chickens, Banks of the Ohio, Dirty Old Town, and Miles and Miles of Poly. It was a very friendly atmosphere, but we found the style of music a little limited.
2 locks, 3 miles, 1 mouse.
Tue 21st May
We cruised the first mile to ...
... old pub where
J R Tolkien (Lord of the Rings author) and CS Lewis spent time having their drinks.
I saw an Oxfam shop from the top of the bus so I hopped off the bus to have a look. I needed to warm up and the Oxfam bookshops have replaced the second hand book shops in many areas due to online competition closing them down.
I found three Penguins that were nice that I didn't have and were priced at charity rates. That ...