Strawberry Bank Hotel & Restaurant
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... have 2 treatment rooms with 2 different lasers in each room to treat different colours, our lasers are regulary serviced to give you the best treatment everytime.
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... decline in the early 20th century until it was sold by the eighth earl in the 1970's to Madame Tussaud's. The highlight was the Winter Birds of Prey show featuring Bruce the Buzzard and Dexter the Falcon, who flew right over our heads. Tomorrow we are off to Denby Dale and will be going to the carols and lighting of the village Christmas ...
... post it to us at Edenbridge once complete. Then went to tyre fitters to check out slow leak in tyre. Turned out to be "leaking" Tyre Dog sensor rather than tyre. Lunch by a park, where a local lass asked us if we had kangaroos in the Boomer! Then drove on to cousin Christine and her husband Chris at Bidford-on-Avon. Another night of reminiscing, over good food and wine, and looking at more family ...
... can take anything from 20 minutes to 2 hours. I have included photos of this mornings walk to Shrewly.
This was followed by another heavy day of locking. This time it was the 18 single locks of the Lapworth Flight. A boat turned onto the Stratford canal just before us and headed for the first lock. They were rather slow going so we stopped for a coffee and emptied the toilet cassette to give them a chance ...
... Bridge, 48H, Cropredy Wharf Bridge, Sanitary Station, 48H, Long term, 14D, Long term, Old Mill Bridge.
We walked back along the road, calling in at the Brasenose Arms to see their menu, then the Red Lion to see theirs, exploring Cropredy at the same time. Back to the boat for a nap before returning to the Red Lion for a meal at 5pm. This fits in with our fasting diet, where we do not eat between 6pm and 10am. The meal was very pleasant – nothing special.