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... br> Ian tells me we have some of his work friends from Belgium following our travels on this Blog. Feel free to make some comments everyone!
2 more sleeps in my own bed then, before I start having to share with one of The Chuckle Brothers. Must remember to pack my Chastity Belt!
I think we are all ready to go now. All looking forward to our Trip - it should be a good 10 days.
... Basil Spence and Graham Sutherland designed the tapestry at the east end.
The weather wasn't very kind the day I visited, and I had to keep dodging in and out of the rain, but the trip was well worth the effort. The sight of the two cathedrals together is really very ...
... Local organisations had floats in the parade and I felt so sorry for the little dance group girls who were really living their theme of 'Frozen' in their little costumes! In the afternoon we ventured down to the park to see falconry displays, trick pony riding, strong men competitions etc etc - bit of a laugh! Himley Hall was once the unimposing home of the Earl of Dudley and is now used as exhibition / function space. We visited for a special ...
... to her in Dutch, and I asked her where she would like me to put my big case, whilst piling the smaller ones on top of me. Adonis said he agreed with me. The sour-faced woman showed no indication that she spoke English. Adonis, bless him, pulled the case over into his legroom and sour-face sat down without a thank you. I tried to stop the piled bags from toppling over onto her.
The next stop was Nijmegen. Adonis and I both got up. I think I was already a bit in ...
... company politics would not allow a connection between the two canals.
After that we were finally on the Grand Union, although the six Camp Hill locks are narrow locks. These had the double gates at the bottom, which are so much easier than a single gate. We met another boat two locks from the top.
When we reached the top lock, a man was there who used a windlass to help us through and suggested we moor at ...