The Great Western Hotel
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... houses a retreat for a church organization. Then we drove around to see some of the places known to us by name only, but that were part of her families history back as far as 1700.
A quick stop at the grocery store and we were back in our room by about 1:30. We looked up some places of local interest, picked one out (despite its questionable ...
After a delicious breakfast at the Austin Guest House in Warwick, the family headed north into Wales and I headed south into the Cotswolds. First stop, as always, was Burford. This is an ancient medieval town that is pretty much preserved as it was for the last few hundred years. I am particularly sad as the Staffordshire Pottery shop that graced the High Street on a couple of my visits has sadly closed and been replaced with a gallery that it way outside my ...
... After leaving Stratford we passed through and or stopped to walk Chipping, woodstock Stow on the Wold and other very nice towns , quite different to other places we had seen
We got home at about 5pm and by 7pm we had driven to another village pub for a very nice meal.
Our stay with the Peacoks ended the next day when they made sure we were on the right road to
Final look at Tennyson road,the street was smaller than I remembered,still as steep,and we couldn.t find the park,that I often took the children to,Tony tells me there is an islamic school in that area on google map.
I remembered so many signs and places from travelling around on the scooter,saw Vauxhall motors,but was glad at the end of the trip that after having ...
... from that.
Tomorrow we are off to Luton. It is expected to be cold and overcast and where we are staying there will be no power as we are only there to store the van. We will sleep in the van tomorrow night and then again for one night when we return. It is part of a pub property so we will have a beer and then off to bed early for a 5 AM start.
Unless the hotel in Portugal ...