Premier Inn Tewkesbury (Strensham)
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... numbered. It took them 7 years to move it to the museum.
We attended school, where I avoided being sent to stand in the corner; we had a chain making demonstration, with lots of sparks flying; and had traditional beef fat cooked chips, with a scoopful of scraps. All in all it was a really great day, although some kind of Segway would have made it a lot easier on the feet.
After more walking than anyone should do we had to resort to a taxi back to the boat.
... Time for lunch with Jim and Val, they own Rose Cottage where Mary's dad was born and lived in his childhood. Great to catchup. Back to our hotel, my plan was to go to the bistro, have a little drink and write my blog. Got the first part done okay. We stayed there for the evening meal then off to bed early so we could pack and hopefully be in time for breakfast tomorrow before heading off to Cadbury World then Thame. ...
The Sat Nav said it would be a 5 hour drive. Turn left, turn left again, then follow the road to Carlisle and continue to Birmingham. Easy. All was going well with Mary taking photos of wind farms - lots of them. After 2 1/2 hours we stopped at a Roadhouse service. Two coffees and two toasted sandwiches for £20, about $45! What the Sat Nav doesn't consider is the strange delays on the motorways. For no apparent reason, traffic slows down, even stops, ...
... for a football connection. Had to rush from Moor St to New St. By mistake asked an info guy for Leamington Spa instead of Cheltenham Spa and ended up on wrong platform, so missed my train. Had to wait an hour for next train. However caught an earlier faster one after half an hour, as I was on incorrect train anyway. Taxi to b&b by friendly driver. Steep stairs up to front door. Opened by a huggy gay guy. I ...
... as by this stage I was really touristed out and happy to relax
at home in the afternoons and evenings particularly knowing my trip was
coming to an end and the long journey back to Australia via Singapore
was soon approaching.
On my last day we visited Warwick Castle which is
quite amazing. A lovely reunion.