Hilton Coventry Hotel
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... says Rick, we just talked generally about work.
So what did you say? I ask. Well, says he, I told him I worked in IT and when I asked him what HE did, he said he was on a few company boards.
Apparently Prince Michael didn't miss a beat. He's probably dining out on the story to this day... the crass American who didn't have a clue who he was. As Rick doesn't spend his days reading Hello magazine, I wasn't all that surprised to be honest.
BUT I can report ...
... gone off to the pub opposite for lunch and had done the same thing the day before and gone off for four hours, a definite No No for a boater. This could well have been the person responsible for leaving the lock gates open.
We set to, preparing to fill our tank and after about 10 minutes, the owner of the miss - moored boat returned. He chatted to Hazel in a very friendly way saying, "go ahead, carry on what you're
doing". Hazel ...
... be held in freezing rain.
Well, none of that came to pass.
As the very hour that I was beavering away at the library computer, Pickfords had lifted their game and were delivering our boxes to a very much-relieved Rick and neighbours.
By the time I got home (in a hail storm), Richard had already unpacked half of them, neatly folded the wrapping paper and the sky was beginning to brighten--as were our spirits.
... natural archer and her success in front of a crowd snapped her out of Moodyville - for the time being anyway. Next stop was Nuneaton where we managed to catch up with my family. It was ( as always) like slipping into comfortable shoes and as if I never left. With the exception of the next generation tearing around Uncle Martin and Aunt Laura's garden and dear Uncle Dave's absence, everything was just as ...
... shouting for “Gangsters” which I thought might not be on the play list but which was next to last before a surprise ending with the huge Fun Boy Three hit “Ghost Town” which was written about Coventry and which got a huge reception with most of us singing along with the high pitched “La – la la la laa”s. Despite obviously suffering from the effects of his accident, Neville looked to be enjoying himself enormously and probably did more ...