Stoneleigh Park Lodge
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... we failed to withstand the environmental challenges. We found ourselves a good pozzie -- looking out onto the square where the procession was to end up and the band was setting up.
What drove us out wasn't the Dover's Hill cold this time but the very raucous mob who'd occupied the space beside us.
Had the wedding party from Southampton moved on to Chipping Campden?
After trying to pacify Rick about my bad choice of pub --he'd wanted to go to the ...
The Campden gods smiled upon us and routed the usually trustworthy Mighty Murphy.
As I arose on Friday 29th May to brewing storm clouds and headed to the library in wind, rain and hail to send off the blog, I feared the worst.
Pickfords would arrive and block off the road outside for an hour, irate villagers would tar and feather us – or worse – single us out for the Wicker Man celebration later that night, and the ...
... I made a mad dash into a shop on the pathway, grabbing a new pair of shoes, and boarded the bus before half of our fellow travelers. I hate to admit but my choice of footwear was off a titch. I desperately needed another pair of comfortable, closed shoes as my Danskos were starting to kill and it was too cold for Chacos. Next was my lovely Bampton, much smaller than in seems on ...
... blue was created. It is also where Lady Godiva rode through the street naked so that her husband wouldn't tax the poor. The town was badly bombed in WWII and the old cathedral was badly damaged. They have built a new one right next door. Mikaela and I walked the 168 stairs to the top of the turret in the old cathedral for a spectacular view of the city.
Another beautiful day with a top of 22vdegree.
Tea is at 7pm in the restaurant downstairs and then we are off tomorrow to Newcastle. ...
... given the choice to hold some of it indoors as insurance against the weather (good decision, people of Coventry – it would not be the same anywhere else) and then another 10 or more to the entrances – it’s a decent sized park.
As I wasn’t driving our first port of call was the beer tent where we noted that prices had gone up a bit from 2011 when beers and ciders were £3.50 a pint to either £4.10 or £4.20 this year. That’s a fair ...