Premier Inn Coventry - Binley / A46
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... Thanks for following along, it's been fun and gratifying to know friends and family have been on the trip with us.
Many have commented it was "the trip of a lifetime". Well, yes... but we hope not, more one of our trips during our lifetime. We're already thinking about where to go next.
Midge and David
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... The next week I went shopping at Asda. I had just checked out when the police came in and started evacuating the store. I asked one of the officers what was going on and apparently there was some crazy man waving a knife around inside and threatening people. I could have went straight home since I already got what I came in for but I decided to stick around and watch the ensuing chaos. More police cars flooded into ...
... they didn't clean the bathroom well either so it was a bit gross. We drove out London in the rain & I was a bit stressed because I couldn't find the children's bag of toiletries that I had set aside in missy's backpack & had her put on the couch. I was almost positive that I had not left them in the apartment which was good but I didn't know where they had been put. Eventually we found them in the children's suitcase. Mr ended ...
... For me, the whole set could have been like that and it would have been much better.
Last year at Godiva we went to see Neville Staple, former leading light of Specials aka/Fun Boy Three, not really knowing what to expect. I understand why musicians, singers and song-writers don’t always want to be doing stuff that they were famous for 30 or more years ago, especially when they continue to produce new material that they want people to hear but at the same time at ...
... out to explore.
Coventry is a bit of a lost city, I think. Up until the 16th century it was a very important in the wool and cloth industries and then, in the 1800s, it was at the centre of ribbon and watch making. Unfortunately, 'modernisation' and damage caused by heavy bombing during the Second World War, has resulted in a lot of the historic, timber-framed buildings being destroyed or moved.