Tewkesbury Park Hotel, Golf & Country Club
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Our trip with a local arts and crafts group to Goldsmith's Hall in London one day -- fascinating as it was -- made even more fascinating when Christine Erratt, my high school friend and silver expert, told me she'd recently spent time there researching her book and knew the librarian.
Lunch with Pamela Harbour at Ellenborough Park with glorious views over the Cheltenham landscape and a strange equine statue ...
Left Tewkesbury for nearby Malvern, the town where the Morgan Car Company has been making bespoke motor vehicles for over 60 years. The chassis and frames are made on site and then donor engines, gearboxes and drivetrains are added, also in the original factory.
I had ordered one of the 3-wheelers, but unfortunately, none were available. Actually fortunately because after squeezing into a roadster, I don't think the ...
5:15 start from Port Ellen to catch a 7:00 ferry from Port Askaig to Kinniegraigh.
A 7 hour trip to Tewkesbury, first heading due north for about 25 miles via Tarbet, Ardrishaig, Lochgilphead, Furnace, Inverary, Dumbarton, then eventually picking up the M6 heading south towards Glasgow.
We bypass Glasgow which is good, as it looks very grim and industrial. Has funny clusters of high rise buildings everywhere. ...
... first large drop of rain fell and by the time I left the cafe it was pouring down with no sign of let up and the only feasible option was to hit the main road and walk back to the caravan site - a grim walk next to a busy road and I arrived home wet and cross. That evening the sky blackened once again until it was as if it were night and we had a tremendous storm with rain reminiscent of the monsoon in Thailand. When it finally ended I took Treacle for a short walk across ...
... it is owned by Archer Daniels Midland (ADM). The Midwest connection.
Next, we toured the John Moore Museum. Moore was an early proponent of the environmental movement in the UK. He was a writer who used the area as a backdrop for his fiction and to raise awareness of the need for conservation. The museum is in a 15th century building constructed by the Abbey as rental property for local merchants. ...