The Charlecote Pheasant Hotel
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... expensive, especially if you want 'South African' brands.
I had the opportunity to use my new electronicy-type-thingy in my passport and I was through border control in less than a minute - result!
Collected the car from the long term parking and then drove home.
Deep-joy ...... 46kgs of washing to do now!
That said though, ...
... was a good target and we looked for places to stay. About 12 Miles from Oxford we spotted a Best Western Hotel, an old building called The Jersey Arms in a small village called Middleton Stoney and enquired there. So far we have stayed in very downmarket but inexpensive places. The lady quoted us 95 pounds and when I asked about stairs (we have had to climb up and down very narrow staircases in the last couple of places) she gave us The Langtry Suite for no extra cost. ...
... to the door of the Holiday Inn turned out to be a quite different experience! Recent road closures meant that Bella's directions were somewhat out of date and, whilst we could sometimes even see our hotel, we could not find our way to it!
I guess the positive of all of this is that we did manage to see quite a bit of the city as we travelled around and around it! (although I would have much preferred ...
... of fun with Shakespeare's words. It was most entertaining and probably as much fun as I've ever had watching something Shakespearian. The drive to Coalport was a bit over an hour. At the YHA we left Nick and Jessie to commune with their cell phones while Susan and I walked to Ironbridge. Though the path was along the River Severn we saw very little of it. The trail was just a green tunnel through the dense forest. The iron bridge at Ironbridge ...
... is and most importantly, where the tourist office is. So off I set, to walk the entire length of the town to the tourist office at the opposite end.
When I got to the tourist office I found there are actually five houses of Shakespeare. 1) his birthplace 2) the new house, where he lived in with his wife and children 3) Anne Hathaway's cottage where he fell in lurve 4) Mary Ardens farm where his mother grew up and 5) Halls Croft where his daughter and her husband lived. Its a ...