Premier Inn West Bromwich Hotel
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... to the door of the Holiday Inn turned out to be a quite different experience! Recent road closures meant that Bella's directions were somewhat out of date and, whilst we could sometimes even see our hotel, we could not find our way to it!
I guess the positive of all of this is that we did manage to see quite a bit of the city as we travelled around and around it! (although I would have much preferred ...
... 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 ...
Don't seem to have done much since Saturday. Only moved on 13 miles but have been through 41 locks and have moored on the outskirts of Warwick.
I persuaded Bryan to visit Dickens Heath with me on Saturday afternoon and he agreed with me that it seemed like a ghost town. We pop into lots of villages on our way round the country via canals but have never seen one like this before. I ...
We moored just after lock 28, almost into Warwick, and made the most of the sunshine to dry the washing.
Hugo brought us a very active bank vole, which James released back into the bushes.
There was no TV signal here. We watched a DVD. James put the crayfish traps out again.
19 locks, 9 miles, 1 mouse.
Plans for next week: Leamington Spa, Long Itchington, Oxford Canal, Napton locks, Summit level, Church in Cropredy on ...