Days Inn Warwick North M40
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... we found a pathway to the gorgeous gothic looking church (similar in design to the one in Husbands Bosworth) that we glimpsed on the way into town and we investigated further, this time going in. Parts of the church dated back to 13th century. Inside the church were vaulted timber ceilings, beautiful stained glass windows and a gigantic ornately decorated pipe organ. This type of church is to be found in many of these towns and the grandeur is ...
... kids taking on the duties of operating the Locks while Nathan navigates the boats and gives orders. Well, he tried giving orders, but was soon put in his place and now knows not to interfere with the Lock Captain and her team.
This evening after mooring we went for a short stroll and paid a visit to a cozy canal side pub called The Folly Bridge for a couple of ales and softdrinks to discuss our days adventures on the water. The vote so far - this has been ...
... stand boxes, various other percussion gear, 10 cellos, 6 basses (with stools), 3 trombones, tuba, contra-bassoon and the box of CYO folders into the van ready for a 04.30 departure. As you can see from the smiles the guys were successful (there was some room to spare!) and we wish them and the equipment a very safe journey to Eisenach. See you on Friday ...
... Quay, Sydney. 3 nights
Saturday 5th April Sydney to Christchurch
Depart 18:45 arrive 23:50 flying time 3:05. Qantas
Part 3 New Zealand
Sunday 6th April Christchurch
Autumn, cloudy some rain, cooler. Motel basic and noisy. Ate at Ridges hotel, good meal, lamb shoulder. Prepared itinerary. Town devastation and edgy
Monday 7th April Christchurch
Autumn, cloudy spits of rain, coolish. Firmed ...
... to persuade Bryan to revisit with me after lunch so he could choose some material for his new waistcoat. On our way back to the boat Bryan noticed a beautiful ice sculpture on a tree under the railway bridge and I also got some pictures of icicles hanging from the bridge itself. After lunch we moved on from Weedon as we were moored in a place with a ledge under the water line which we kept banging into. We ...