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Harry Potter World!!! Love the books, like the movies so of course had to go and see the exhibit. It's great if you are a die hard fan of the movies as all the items are the original props, sets and costumes from the movies, but it is a license to print money and not so much fun for the littlies. We tried butter beer (tastes like creaming ...
... town of Oxford, it is a very interesting if slightly intimidating place and I didn't feel half smart enough to be in some of the colleges. The School of Divinity's examination hall is full of history and the stone carving is spectacular. Christopher Wren's Sheldonian Theatre and James Gibbs' Camera building are triumph's of architecture and the chapel in Exeter College is all of William Morris's designs in one room. If you are ...
... post it to us at Edenbridge once complete. Then went to tyre fitters to check out slow leak in tyre. Turned out to be "leaking" Tyre Dog sensor rather than tyre. Lunch by a park, where a local lass asked us if we had kangaroos in the Boomer! Then drove on to cousin Christine and her husband Chris at Bidford-on-Avon. Another night of reminiscing, over good food and wine, and looking at more family ...
... are places around here we need a car to visit in the time we have available, like Leamington Spa and Warwick, and a few of the canal boating destinations we did not reach.
Then we head down to Torquay in the west country to stay with brother Bill and wife Polly for a few days, before heading overseas for the rest of our travels.
Living on a spacious liveaboard canal narrowboat for two weeks has given us an insight into a ...