The Chace Hotel Coventry
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... Thanks for following along, it's been fun and gratifying to know friends and family have been on the trip with us.
Many have commented it was "the trip of a lifetime". Well, yes... but we hope not, more one of our trips during our lifetime. We're already thinking about where to go next.
Midge and David
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... languages. Apparently Spanish and Italian are close enough that they can understand what each other are saying. Nothing else about that night seemed too spectacular.
Halloween is coming up soon. It's not as big a deal here in England, and I never took the time to go shopping for a costume. I wont be able to attend any parties anyway because I'm going on the University sanctioned trip to Stonehenge the entire weekend.
Early start today, bags outside the room at 0630hrs...So the night was spent waking every hour or so checking the time !! Final breakfast in London then it was on the bus at 0800hrs. It's a good time to be leaving London as they are have a rail strike starting tonight and finishing on Friday...the traffic will be chaotic !! Our tour guide is Will and he's Irish and very good and easy going. It was a tad drizzly today but it had stopped by the time we got ...
... townsfolk) there was one person who looked through a chink in the shutters, ever after known as Peeping Tom. He is shown in some of the paintings. Somewhere along the line we had an excellent lunch in a little café in the Museum precinct. There was a salad bar from which one filled a plate and I behaved disgracefully by piling on a great spoonful of almost every one as they all looked so good – and were. The only thing I wasn’t ...
... 8217;t get side-tracked. Believe me, that is very easy to do!
One of my major finds of the day was that my 3x great-grandfather, James King, was apprenticed on 31st October 1843, at the age of 14, to Samuel Warden – a master boot and shoe maker. Unfortunately, the microfilm was damaged so I wasn’t able to look at the digitised Apprentice Enlistment papers but, now that I know they exist, I will be able to ...