Angel Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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And so after a long flight - 12+ hours - we arrived in Paris, grabbed a quick drink and then on to Birmingham. Unfortunately, Pat's suitcase decided to stop off in Paris but will hopefully be delivered tomorrow! Back to a sunny UK, with a temperature not much cooler than Hanoi yesterday, where the blossom is in full swing. Lots of memories of a lovely holiday. ...
... our way and arrived without too much delay to check in. Luggage was booked straight through - hopefully we would see it again in HCMC.
A short flight to Paris before we boarded Air France plane for the long flight to Vietnam. We dozed a bit, read a bit and watched films a bit to while away the time. Somewhere along the way we lost 7hrs in time difference and most of Thursday. And so we arrived - not sure if it was Thursday or Friday - ready to start our adventures. ...
We stowed gear, topped off the water tank, paid our respects to the Lock Keeper and headed up the Avon about 0930 hrs. There was more river traffic, but nothing to be overly concerned about. The weather was decent, with little wind and just some passing showers. We made good time and arrived at Pershore by 1500hrs. 14 miles me and 3 locks in six hours.
We realized that Pershore is our Little Rolos connection, so we made sure ...
... required an entry that comprised about 20 bundles of asparagus and the total weight was between 100 and 200 lbs. This helps explain the greenhouses we saw on Monday.
We returned to the water, went thru one more lock and moored at Pershore,UK. We went to Abbey Park and the Church of the Holy Cross. It was established by Saxons about 1000AD as they just found those foundations in the last 20 years. King Henry VIII in his snit with ...
... no one else did.
There was a boat there called Joshua from Battyeford (Calder and Hebble) and we had chatted to them in the basin at Stratford. They had a ginger cat called Wilf, who was very interested in Hugo. He wasn’t allowed off a long lead, and the owners were curious that we let Hugo off.
James walked back to Holy Trinity Church to see the Shakespeare graves, which are in the chancel.
He also had a long chat with a man ...