Pear Tree Inn and Country Hotel
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... I would have been compatible. Anyway, we drove back through Upton-upon-Severn and Bishops Cleve and into the lovely Cotswolds on a bright sunny day. Manual steering and partly mechanical brakes kept me on my toes at first but the wooden frame was wonderfully flexible and I was able to throw the car around nicely. Our car had a MX-5 gearbox and a Ford 2lt motor and performed very well. The tight twisting roads through the Cotswolds were ...
... told about it by a lovely lady who is a member of the Church. She was particularly pleased to speak to us about it and insisted that we sign their visitors book. It is truly a picturesque town, typical of so many in England.
Feeling refreshed, we set our sights on Birmingham. Our ever trusty GPS system (aka Bella) delivered us to the city easily enough - it is, after all, a very big city. However, ...
... and the tour through the great hall explaining the suits of armour, swords etc have both Tomi and Neo mesmerised. Headed outside in time for the archery show which was fantastic. The history of the English longbow, which actually came from Wales, was interesting and the actual archery was impressive. The wandering carries on with some very cool photo opportunities, the weather has cleared up and as we head to the bottom of the castle grounds ...
This morning we drove to the city of Worcester with a view of buying some glass to fix the door from last night's fun. Unfortunately, this wasn’t meant to be easy. We visited two large stores similar to Bunnings back home but neither sold glass and we were told our best option was to visit a glazer on Monday. We are lucky we are living on a rural property so the unsecured door is not too much of an issue for a couple ...
... the historic Eckington Bridge, the navigation arch is at an angle, and the cross current tended to sweep us into the side of the arch, but a little power got us out of difficulty. Looking back, we saw Dunmow Flitch do exactly the same.
At Strensham Lock, Knowurrys had come up through the lock. They shouted that they were going to turn and could they share the lock. We said there was another boat behind. We took the opportunity to empty our cassettes ...