Premier Inn Dudley - Kingswinford
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... 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, ...
... across the arena where the birds of prey show is held. They are getting ready for the show so we decide to sit and watch......WOW The birds were absolutely amazing, flying centimetres above our heads and huuuuge!! That ended our day at the castle however we decide to have a look around Warwick as the old buildings are beautiful. Stopped at a tiny Tea shop for a cuppa and scone with clotted cream sitting beside a suit of armour, perfect finish to the ...
... that the English long bow is not from England it was invented in Wales. The English liked the idea so they nicked it. After that we went and watched another show. This show was about three different birds there was two bold Eagles, one grey Eagle Owl and a Europeon volcher. All the birds over your heads about a inch away from you, that was ...
... and heavy rain. James took down the banner as a precaution, and prepared the solid fuel stove for lighting later.
The Church in the Beer Tent was meant to start at 10am, and a poster had been produced to that effect. However, the festival programme showed the starting time as 1030am. James had suggested that the worship band lead a few extra songs of worship at the beginning to allow anyone arriving at 1030 to hear most of the service. We have 75 songbooks ...
... to Ashgrove House.
A short time after I arrived back, Iain knocked on my door and gave me some cross-stitch patterns which the lovely Rita (from yesterday) had dropped off for me. They are great and relate to the Cotswold, Stratford and England in general. What a thoughtful gesture. I phoned her immediately to thank her.
Now it’s time to repack the dreaded suitcase and settle down for the night before I move on to Coventry ...