Premier Inn Coventry South (A45)
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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, ...
... library so no lending.
Then off to the beautiful Stratford-on-Avon. We lunched by the river - or Avon - and watched the locks in operation before walking to the church where William Shakespeare was christened and buried. Then a walk around town. Mikaela bought the Star Wars trilogy in old English which should be very interesting to read.
Then off to Coventry. This is where the term true blue comes from. The blue dye in one of the clothes here doesn't run so the term as true ...
... who we were more interested in we might have booked an hotel for the weekend and planned to come in on the Sunday as well. There was a train at about 22:15 straight through from Coventry to Wolves so we moved to a spot nearer the exit during the changeover (which incidentally was way too long) and stayed to hear the first three songs which confirmed our jointly held view that the band was probably alright but not much to enthuse about.
We’d got the train ...
... in the Peace & Reconciliation movement.
By the 14th century Coventry was a major centre for the manufacture of cloth and later ribbon-making. In the 18th-19th centuries it was watch and clock manufacture. When that declined, there arose bicycle manufacture and eventually motorbikes, cars, machine tooling and aircraft industries. (Germany likely targeted Coventry in WWII because it was a ...