Travelodge Bromsgrove Marlbrook
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Have a read of this entry then check out the pictures. I will try and include them in order. I thought you may like them.
Forget (well maybe not forget) Lords, Old Trafford and the like. I found a ground that I reckon fewer Australians have played on than the grounds mentioned above. If you practice long and hard you could have your moment of glory here. The history books could recount the exploits of one Marcus Kane and his infamous stand at the SCG ...
Day 2 and it's from Cotswold village to Cotswold town. Quiet a short walk and relatively easy apart from one steep ascent (there's a photo to show the result as gradients are always tricky to convey via photos). The usual terrain of meadows, fields, lanes, copses of forest were all there and the path is very well sign posted and easy to follow. Hailes Abbey, or more correctly the ruins of Hailes Abbey, is probably the most notable landmark en route and again ...
... changed the SatNav program to lorry! Arriving at the camping shop/warehouse we could not believe how much you could buy just for camping. So after purchasing table, washing line, retractable hose and bits, it was time to face the road again. We managed to miss the tiny lane and find an alternative route. We also realised we were doing an average of 26mph, getting ...
Cory and I have been exploring the Cotwolds, learning how to drive on the left, and finding our way down country roads and unmarked paths. The last couple days we ventured out to discover some of the National Trust gardens and buildings, historic landmarks in a country that is covered with history. Our first stop was Hidcote Gardens not far from Chipping Campden. Hidcote (http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hidcot e/) is one ...
... tell you how proud I was of Sheila. We had to have walked at least half a mile out from the car in Avebury and then the same back . As they didn't put the stones near a sidewalk, we were on bumpy cobblestone walks and in grassy fields in order to get an up-close view of the stone circles and ditches. She handled it like a trooper, and quite possibly is paying for it somewhat today. Other than that all is well.