Tewkesbury Park Hotel, Golf & Country Club
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... decent to watch!
today I'm expecting my friend Stef and her husband Angus to arrive and stay for a while. I usually stay with them so it will be good to play host to them,although it means I will have to cook!!
So, the first few days get a big tick. There is a lot to do around the area and I hope to do a few walks as well as hop on buses and go wherever!
bye for now..... Sorry about typos!
... and quaint. We stop at a cafe for lunch and eat Paninis.
We walk to the baths and around the town.
Lily and I go into the Abbey.We walk a different way back to the car, enjoying the beautiful buildings and scenery.
We then drive onto The Cotswolds. The countryside is gorgeous and exactly what we expected.
We are driving along when a hotel catches our eyes and we decide to do a u turn and ask if ...
... to 49Bht and here at the airport only 47Bht. Looks like my dreams of returning to 60+Bht will have to remain just dreams ! Jai phones to check on my progress and say goodbye. With 45mins to go I walk down to gate E9 which has just opened. Board on time and BA010 leaves on the dot of 11:15.
Flight isn't too bad and we make our descent into London Heathrow T5 on time. I am one of the first to clear passport control and get to the ...
... through the middle, but walking anywhere is permitted. The fishing privileges are also leased, so if you want to fish the rivers from the Ham, you need to be a member of the TPAA ( Tewkesbury Angling Assoc?). Memberships available at the local tackle shop. There are sheep-proof gates that allow people and dogs access. Yes, dogs are allowed on the Ham unleashed if they don't "worry" the sheep. Sheep related, one of ...
... is a brilliant mirror arrangement which means you can easily see the roof details without ruining your neck! Leaving this huge Anglican Church we sought out the Methodist one which George probably attended - much smaller & more austere, then went to the museum on Barton St (where he lived) to look for any mention of him & learn about the famous locals. Had no luck but it was special to be in the place where the ...