The Charlecote Pheasant Hotel
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Welcome to my travelling blog. If anyone is at all interested this can be a quick and easy way to update lots of different people all at once so enjoy if you fancy some bedtime reading! So I've had my last weekend at home. It's been emotional of course ;) and I'm starting to really realise the big trip is fast approaching. About time! I've had my first practise pack...it was beneficial I promise...and I'm considering doing another JUST to check ...
Yesterday we drove down to Laverstoke Mill which is now the Bombay Sapphire Distillery. We had watched a Megafactories documentary on the restoration of the mill and loved getting to see it and to learn about making the gin. After enjoying our riding hack so much on Friday, today Craig, Aaron and Chloe had a riding lesson at the same stables. Everyone did really well, especially Craig whose horse decided to do an impromptu canter but he managed to hold ...
... We continued to eat our way around the markets however! We had waffles, donuts, more mulled wine and even had deep fried cheese. We finished off the night with a ride on the Ferris wheel, which was a little scary going up for me as I'm not so good with heights. But once I realised that we were pretty secure, it was a lovely ride looking over the city on a clear night with the full moon ...
... decline in the early 20th century until it was sold by the eighth earl in the 1970's to Madame Tussaud's. The highlight was the Winter Birds of Prey show featuring Bruce the Buzzard and Dexter the Falcon, who flew right over our heads. Tomorrow we are off to Denby Dale and will be going to the carols and lighting of the village Christmas ...
... hedge-lined roads to a tiny place called Stanton Harcourt. This was a smaller but equally lovely village with many old thatched cottages. Nearby Standlake and Broadway were also very quaint, but our plans to sample cider at the Black Horse pub were thwarted as it was closed, presumably as tourists are unexpected. Photography is rather limited in these places as buildings are close together and roads quite narrow, so ...