The Swan Hotel
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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It's Wednesday afternoon which means about 24 hours to go until the CYO leaves Northampton for their concert tour of Germany. However Matt Butler and Gideon Malitskie's tour will begin in about 14 hours when they set off in the equipment van! This afternoon was spent with Tim Green and Andy Kirkwood figuring out the best way to fit 3 timps, 1 xylophone, bass ...
So as I begin my journey to find this "Green Chapel" I traveled for days and nights through these woods, and I finally come upon this castle. I definitely need a break. The lord of the castle is willing to let me stay for a few days with him and his wife. He goes hunting during the day and I am left at home with his wife. There must be tension in their marriage, because if he would see the way she ...
... boat. The boat itself was a converted day boat so had only minimal fixtures, a table that turned into a bed (very caravanish), a small fridge, gas burner and a toilet. We cruised past some very flash narrow boats with wonderful TVs and full kitchens and even studies – it would have been super fun to hire one of those but sadly that was a little out of our price range!
Sailing in the canal boat was ...
... the welcome. Instead he thought he would visit the ancient ruined church of St Peter – ANCIENT MONUMENT – NO ENTRY. Oh well, at least he heard a cuckoo and saw a green woodpecker. On the way back he chatted to some boaters who said there was a barn owl on the meadow every evening and egrets on Bradwell lake.
Back to the boat and a sortie into Milton Keynes using bus passes. Shopping Centre very uninteresting, all in straight lines so it was easy ...
... that is, I'm not sure - so Edinburgh might be alright - I am guessing it's mainly on the mountain tops atm...
A nice long soaking bath might be the other of the afternoon - followed up with a snack of creamy tomato soup and crusty bread and a cuppa tea myself.
I have to admit I am loving my Kobo reader... that's a god send... and as much as I would love to buy books ...