Lord Leycester Hotel
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... in the snow! Ava went tubing! She thought it was great! It's the first time they've taken Ava and now that they know how it works they will take her again! This is a great way to spend the my last few weeks travelling! I'm definitely happy to be here with family, even if I'm not used to the cold yet! I do miss the sunshine and beaches! But the trade off isn't so bad! ...
... for a living! We had dinner on the way home and the Bulls Head pub. On my actual birthday, I spent it with Kate, helping her out with her chores. We clipped Daisy and then we went to the Polesworth Chippie for a hot lunch which she shouted. She always talked about the Chinese curry sauce, and I finally had some. It was amazing with the salt and vinegar chips! On Thursday my young farmers friends organised a leaving ...
... atmosphere. Many other rooms in the more renovated rooms of the castle also contained Christmas trees, wreaths or other decorations. We then explored the grounds, the boat shed, the mill and the rose gardens, which were all majestic in the falling sun, despite the time being only 3 o'clock. A river runs along side the castle, which was beautifully illuminated by the orange sun. A trebuchet, fired daily in summer, stood tall and we were able to explore up close ...
... was actually 'Beau' and he was a Boa. Seems like a good name don't you think?. 'Beau the Boa'. Not a constrictor though. I actually got to pat and feel a Burmese Python called 'Sienna'. She was very beautiful. When I got back I said to Taylor, 'That snake is beautiful'. She just looked at me weirdly. 'You don't call snakes beautiful'. We all went into a green room where they filmed the scenes in The Order of the ...
... nd October
Rain in the night meant a fairly late departure (1035)
At the top of Knowle Locks we disposed of our rubbish and emptied our cassette.
The five Knowle Locks were the first wide locks since the Severn. We had to wait a short while for a CRT maintenance boat that was coming up, with a man using a hoe to scrape the vegetation off the lock walls as they went.
At the bottom we needed to use the water point but ...