Premier Inn Rugby North - Newbold
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And so after a long flight - 12+ hours - we arrived in Paris, grabbed a quick drink and then on to Birmingham. Unfortunately, Pat's suitcase decided to stop off in Paris but will hopefully be delivered tomorrow! Back to a sunny UK, with a temperature not much cooler than Hanoi yesterday, where the blossom is in full swing. Lots of memories of a lovely holiday. ...
It was very dark and wet when we woke up to the alarm. Leanne arrived as planned and drove us to the airport. Unfortunately, as we left the M6 there was a huge tail back where we needed to go, presumably due to an accident.. We sat in it for a while, moving 100yds in 10 mins. Action was needed so we headed off towards Tamworth where we saw signs towards Coleshill. At least that was vaguely in the right direction. Between my limited knowledge and Leanne's iPhone, ...
... Oxford I would recommend going to the Natural History Museum - it's very user friendly and the Pitt Rivers Museum. This one has been left as it would have been in Victorian times and it's like rummaging through a collector's attic - glass cases full of curiosities that seem to have no particular order (although I'm sure they are all very carefully sorted and catalogued). Tomorrow we are off to Warwick Castle so look out for Rugby Part ...
... way of British life, and we would not have missed it for the world, but is it for us again in the future?
Despite being used to living in caravans and boats in the past, we are left wondering if we are now getting a bit past emptying toilet contents into a smelly disposal point and having to fold up our bed every morning, and in fact even whether a 3mph pace of life is a bit too slow for us nowadays.
Richard and ...
... way and decided that that was about my limit - the others went on to finish. I sat and rested overlooking an old cotton mill where orphans were employed to weave the cotton. It has now been turned into apartments.
I cycled back and really enjoyed it. Bit of a head wind but quite exhilarating!
I went into the station to have a look around the book shop - they even had the Australian Women's Weekly cook books!!