Worcester Whitehouse Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... match with the Morgan's old world charm and modern innards.
Had a fabulous drive through Greet, Didbrook, Toddington, Teddington, Temple Guiting, Hawking, Charlton Kings and Notgrove, before heading back to Malvern. The Malverns is a location west of Worcester and contains the towns Malvern, Little Malvern, Great Malvern and includes quite a high range of hills that form part of the border between Herefordshire and ...
Anyway, we finally got to our hotel and thoroughly enjoyed our evening in Birmingham.
The next morning saw us returning our hire car and taking the 2.5 hour flight to Malaga. We both loved Spain the last time we visited and made sure that it was back on our list of things to do for this time. Warm weather, paella, friendly Spaniards and more golf courses - what is there not to love?
... across the arena where the birds of prey show is held. They are getting ready for the show so we decide to sit and watch......WOW The birds were absolutely amazing, flying centimetres above our heads and huuuuge!! That ended our day at the castle however we decide to have a look around Warwick as the old buildings are beautiful. Stopped at a tiny Tea shop for a cuppa and scone with clotted cream sitting beside a suit of armour, perfect finish to the ...
... and places and always tells her stories with passion and humour, and delights in surprises and ripples of shock in the telling. Today was no exception and she reminded me of the time she was teaching in Singapore in the 1960's. She'd flown to Bangkok and then took a flight to Ankor Wat and found herself on the same flight as Somerset Maugham, and on arrival in Cambodia in the same hotel too! Her companion tried ...
... above the lock, where a large dutch barge was moored and the lockkeeper came to chat to the people on the barge. We guess that’s where he had been earlier which was why he didn’t hear or see us. When we asked if the VHF was working, he said he hadn’t been trained to use it, so it was switched off.
The 14 day mooring pontoon was full, so we decided to lock up off the river into the start of the Worcester and Birmingham canal. There are two ...