The Forest Lodge Hotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Weather: Being evening, cooller but fine.
Maggie is a regular attender of 'Pub Quiz' (Trivia for some readers), and I was given the choice of us going, or staying home. I, being curious, opted to go. It was a 15 mile drive to Market Overton's "The Black Bull" where we joined Maggie's friends, and competed against about 5 other tables ...
... Dietetic team.
Our fantastic dietetic technician, Nicola, came up trumps with her amazing baking skills! Just look at that American flag and the surrounding cupcakes! They tasted as good as they looked and were almost demolished by the end of the afternoon. Who said Dietitians don't eat?!
The whole team helped me prepare for the off by playing a "Is Tig ready for America?" game that my friend, Tracy, had ...
... torturous. Today was a fairly active day as it was our last opportunity to get ourselves organised and sorted for when we leave for Scotland next Sunday because we will be in London for the majority of next week. We set about by putting everything in the cricket bag to make sure that it would fit, we have thrown away all our clutter and clothes that we won't need for travelling and we have ...
... wrong side of her if she is armed with a bow and arrow! The visitor’s centre was quite interesting as well and it had a very good free interactive display about the story of Robin Hood, as well as a short film showing the changes to Sherwood Forest over the centuries.
We spent a few hours in the Forest before driving back south to the town Nuneaton where we are staying at a Holiday Inn tonight and will head to Warwick Castle first thing tomorrow ...
... place for Robin Hood and his men. These days it needs a bit of help to stand up which is not surprising considering it is 23 tonnes….although I’m still wondering how they got it on the scales!
We wander on feeling like men in green should be popping up out of the bracken or perched on the limbs of the oaks with their longbows……the absolute stillness is amazing. If a leaf moves it is because of a bird or squirrel.....I love that!