BEST WESTERN West Grange Hotel
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... minutes. My timing was perfect. I stepped out onto the cobblestoned streets that looked like something out of Harry Potter, and saw the Guards marching towards me. Because of the rain their fabulous red jackets were covered in a grey overjacket and the band had been left at the barracks. No-one wants a wet whistle, or trumpet, or drum. Image the problems of a tuba player in the rain! Gurgle! The rain was only just a light drizzle so I kept moving around after the young ...
... went from the history of the Concorde to Space and Hollywood gossips not to forget the history of the British Royalty from a passionate British professor. The evening shows were excellent and we were sad every night when the final curtain came down. The artists were talented, fabulous singers and dancers from all over the world, an incredible pianist with a great sense of humour and a group of 3 black guys singing Motown and getting the whole theatre to ...
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... Fortunately our flight departed on time and the next 12 hours interrupted only by the delivery of dubious meals (can barely tell the difference between the contents and packaging) and occasional announcements. Excitement threatened when a stewardess refused a fourth alcoholic drink to the three increasingly exuberant youngsters sitting in front of us. They acquiesced and soon fell ...
... roundabouts without incident toward our destination of Stratford-Upon-Avon and arrived at the visitor centre just outside the olde town. Very historic, tudor architecture, stopped for lunch at 'The Pen & Parchment' complete with the Sticky Toffee Pudding for dessert (shared!) mmmmm.
Spent the afternoon strolling the gardens, the river, the old building courtyards and breathing in Shakespeare.