Strawberry Bank Hotel & Restaurant
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... pushing him in.
The place we chose to meet up was a little awkward as there was nowhere near to park the car with the shopping in, but I managed to haul it all the way back to the boat.
After quite a lot of traveling over the past couple of days, it seemed sensible to stick around in Hopwas for a while. So Carrie decided to have a nap while I watched a film. Then it was a dinner of cheese sandwiches and some muffins, which my Nan brought us.
... so despite both me and Carrie being exhausted we limped our way into Armitage.
Once moored up it seemed like Carrie got a burst of energy so went blackberry picking, we then had a dinner of beans on toast with mushrooms followed by french toast with a kind of jam style coulis using the last of the fresh fruit.
... find his favourite whisky. We go through to the restaurant and order - I'm going to try local crab with a chilli and mango salad and Pete has fish and chips. We choose a bottle of SE Australian red. Homeward and the bottles of whisky and gin etc come out and we imbibe - probably far too much but it's a great night and we stagger across the garden to our log cabin. It rains during the night and it's a lovely sound to drift off ...
... was bombed during WWII and instead of rebuilding they have preserved the ruins and built a mordern church beside it. The old Cathedral ruins are amazing to look at and the cross is made out of old burnt roof beams. We found the statue of Lady Godiva who rode through Coventry naked on a horse. Pete had a large half a metre hotdog (I stayed well away from after my last disaster). Off to a motorcycle museum in the morning, yes I know Sue control yourself. ...
... that he wanted to try out. We could have quite easily gone to the Folly Bridge Pub near to where we moored but we had already been there on the first day so he wanted to try somewhere else.
Being Mothers Day we should have probably booked, as after walking a good 45 minutes (mostly up hill), we arrived at the pub and were told that they were booked out L. Nathan was in genuine concern for his safety from the looks the rest of the family gave him ...