Tudor House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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We woke today to a wet gloomy morning. Today we drove to Blenheim Palace which is in the village of Woodstock just outside of Oxford. It is the home of the Duke of Marlborough and is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. There is an interesting exhibition about Winston Churchill , including some of his paintings. Did you know some of his ...
Today has been a lovely sunny day, 18 degrees so we decided this would be a good opportunity to see a bit of the country side. We drove to the small village of Snowshill and then along the very very narrow roads to lovely Lower and upper Slaughter. On our way we saw our first squirrel running across the road and a red telephone ...
We left Aberdare this morning and to see a little more of Wales before heading back into England. We drove north and went through the beautiful Black Mountains before arriving in Herefordshire. Driving through these areas the scenery and buildings remind me a lot of Tasmania. The GPS then to us up to Worcester before we headed south into the Cotswolds. We stopped and had a late lunch at Broadway tower, which was built as a folly (a building to show off to people) in 1798. Incidentally ...
... intact because the local people saved the church from major destruction by Henry VIII by paying the king for the value of the lead and bell brass in the church. Money talks.
The Avon was heavily used for milling. The last 3 or 4 locks had mills adjacent to the weirs. There is a large mill, the Borough Mill in Tewkesbury, that was built up in 1865 that is now vacant. Not sure when it stopped ...
... tent, kitchen, chairs, clothes, boots, armour, chests, the lot... maybe i'll do that one day and have it all shipped over in a container, but not this year.
One of the consequences of the late English summer sunsets is that the English like to do everything a little later in the day. We hadn't counted on the primary battle being at 4 in the afternoon, and we needed to be in Gloucester by 5 when shops closed, ...