Travelodge Birmingham Sutton Coldfield
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... We arrived in Stratford and first went to Ann Hathaways house. This was her house before she married Shakespeare. Truly an amazing house and gardens and trying to get our heads wrapped around the fact that the house was from 1400. We then headed into town to Shakespeare birthplace which was a lot smaller and right in centre of town. We learned a lot about his life. Sad that he had no direct descendants only a great nephew that kept things going. After a tour around ...
... a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century.
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They spent the night GLAMPING! Hannah told Elaine, "This isn't CAMPING!"
We decided to leave Hilary and Jez to themselves today. They had loose ends to tie up for the wedding - men's suits to return etc. So Ian and I drove to Stratford-upon-Avon, a trip taking us about 2 hours including roadworks. A lovely city, Shakespeare's home city,with its 16th century buildings. We wandered around for the rest of the day, taking in the sights. A simple dinner cooked by ...
... we looked around and it was old and had paintings of old famous people on the wall. One was Henry VIII and his 6 wives. We then walked out and got some lunch then headed off to cricket at Wolverhampton. Our team batted first and scored 206 runs so the other team needed 207 runs to win and got that with 3 balls to spare. We lost but it was a very close game. When cricket finished we went back to the motel and had dinner at the bar. I had a grilled gammon steak served with eggs, peas and ...
... If you haven't had enough of it all during the day, come evening you can catch a performance at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre for a mere £50. Stratford-Upon-Avon is certainly a place that should be visited at least once. It's Tudor architecture is unique and there are building which are preserved because William Shakespeare has given the town a reason to preserve them. As much as you might have loved or hated Shakespeare at school, this town must ...