The Charlecote Pheasant Hotel
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... He managed to swap it for a bottle of champagne.
Kathleen, she of the apricot cardigan, had dropped by VERY EARLY a couple of days before while I was out the back hanging out some washing, looking very much like a paid-up member of Group One, in daggy housework clothes, wet hair, and I have to admit, the odd curler-- to invite me to the meeting.
At least I had time to prepare for the meeting and made sure I had on the right gear. Something unobtrusive that would ...
Well what a busy day I've had! I was woken early by the sound of a cuckoo, which everyone was keenly listening too, though I don't understand what the fuss was all about, we have one of these noisy birds sat in a clock at home that Mum and Dad can hear every day. To move things along I went around all the troops and got them up before taking Mum off for an early morning constitutional, leaving Scott and Jo to cook breakfast before we all ventured further upstream. As ...
... that isn't owned by a royal. This is the birthplace of Winston Churchill and ancestral home of the Spenser's, of Princess Diana. We were blown away by the majesty of the place, and it ranks up there with Versailles and St. Catherine's Palace in St. Petersburg. John was particularly taken with Bleinhem. We ended with a lovely dinner at Ask Italian, and fell into bed exhausted before ...
Being on holiday again!
Cape Cod - a disappointment
Eating out in the US - cost, variety, portion sizes
Not doing proper "rambling" as much as we would like
The Boston drama - breakfast on the first morning (read the blog)
The tacky side of Niagara Falls
Kathie's old college friend Jeff and his wife Rosalyn met up with us to boat for a few days. We had a near accident while trying to turn around (YOU try turning around a 55 foot long narrow boat with just a till!). Before long, we were on our way, sharing what we'd learned about boating, locks, and mooring as we went along. Casual conversation in a green and pleasant land. We grounded the boat, but got courteous ...