Travel Blogs from Evesham
... are really being entertained. Off to Stratford on Avon to see a shakespearean play called "Two Gentlemen of Verona" on Tuesday and very much looking forward to that. So me lovelies off we go on the next stage of our holiday in Britain. So it is now Saturday afternoon and we are preparing for an Aussie BBQ . The saying "The business of life is the acquisition of memories" was never truer as we acquire so many with so many people. Marvellous Until the next time , take care our lovelies ...
As of today, not much much other than the usual. I have a new client, Halfords, so that's why I'm in Birmingham travelling home each weekend. However, the plan is that from around May next year, we go off driving around the European land mass visiting hot countries when it's cooler there and colder countries when it's hotter. We are spending the next few months planning so there's not much detail to be seen here yet. Watch this ...
... thought hmmmm. I wasn't going to be too irrational so I thought I'd wait a few hours, wait for some of the couch surfing responses to come back and if I didn't get any response by the end of my shift at work then I wouldn't go, and since hostels are too expensive there, couch surfing really would be the only way I would go. Ok well, shift ended and there I was standing outside All Bar One after midnight, no one around but a few drunken stumbles passing by, checking my email ...
... the wool trade. Here we found the Almshouses which Sir Baptist Hicks built in 1612 at a total cost of £1,000, to house 6 poor men and 6 poor women. To this day they are still used by 12 pensioners from Campden.
Unfortunately we weren't able to take long walks into the countryside for which the Cotswolds are famous....Otro año!
We're provisioning for a canal trip in Wales and will be out ...
... lock, the Robert Aickman Lock at Harvington. The swing bridge marked on the Nicholson Guide does not exist. There is another old mill here, which is crumbling away, probably occupied by bats and owls.
There were more fast-flowing sections near the IWA lock at Marlcliff, and from there we continued upstream to Bidford where we had the pick of the moorings, so we chose the one with the most shade.
We walked across a few fields to the Cottage ...
Other places to stay in Evesham
Evesham Country Park, Evesham | Hotelfrom $96
Wood Norton, Evesham | Hotelfrom $165
Waterside, Evesham | 3 star hotelfrom $131
Cooper's Lane, Evesham | 3 star hotelfrom $191
56/59 Waterside A44, Evesham | Hotelfrom $72
Offenham Rd, Evesham | 3 star hotelfrom $87