Pear Tree Inn and Country 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 ...
Our visit to Scotland has come to an end. This morning we packed up again and hit the road for a long drive back to Tenbury Wells. We are going to Tenbury to pick up some luggage we left behind when we went to Dublin. We were all excited about going back and seeing the farm again and were surprised by the changes over the last few weeks. The crops have grown bigger, the beautiful yellow rapeseed flower has gone however it is replaced by other pink and ...
Day trip to the Cotswolds, with the highlight for me being a stop at the little town (Bampton) that stands in for the lovely village of Downton in the bespoke British class series Downton Abbey. Photo stop at Bibury, a lovely village, followed by lunch at Bourton-on-the-Water. For some reason my autocorrect on Facebook turned BotW to Bourbon-on-the-Water. :) On the way back to ...
... over the centuries. The Cathedral is huge and houses so much history, for example the tombs of King John I and Prince Arthur as well as the crypt of St Wulfstan. We spent a good hour or more exploring the Cathedral and truly enjoyed our visit.
Tomorrow we continue with our history lessons and will drive towards Leicester to the village of Market Bosworth to join in the commemoration for the reinterment of King Richard ...
... raft up alongside someone.
We were dodging black clouds, and as we were nearing Diglis Locks at Worcester, we had a light shower, and put the canopy sides on. The hood had been keeping off the fierce sunshine until then.
When we arrived at Diglis locks there was a red light for the right lock, and a green light for the left lock, but both sets of gates were closed. We tried calling several times on the VHF, but there was no response. There was no ...