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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the lower water level, the lower gates opened and the boat chugging out. Incredible to watch. We cross the canal to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. We knew the plays for the day were booked out so the Bardette asks about a behind the scenes tour that can be taken. Alas poor Polly. The tours were also booked out. A few buys in the gift shop helps console her before we walk along the river to the Holy Trinity Church where the Bard was Baptised and buried. ...
Barrow upon Soar We had a great start to the day when we Skyped our children for half an hour. It is so good to see and talk to your family. It makes missing them more tolerable. While our kind hosts head off to have Eddie's foot checked and the Lady has her hair done, I walk some of the streets around the Main Street. While it may come as a surprise to some, after I had checked out the short Main Street of Barrow, I found a street called Church St. I walk past the Vicarage to ...
Chatsworth House Michael, Mark's brother arrived at around 10 AM to take us out on a day of his holiday. He is the musical one who specialises in playing the wobble board when he comes to Australia. Over an hour's drive saw us at this opulent house dating back to the 17th Century. Another wing has been added about every 75 years as the Dukes of Derbyshire needed to build to impress royalty or dignitary. It has hosted English and European Royalty. There was a bed which had been ...
... The Lady believes she was born to this life style and her charming daughter is now deeply envious. Retail therapy is needed for the Lady and after deciding where and when to meet I make a dash for the York Castle. It intrigued me. Built so high on a mound created by William the Conqueror in an earlier timber form. I did not see the Grand Old Duke, let alone any of his ten thousand men. Maybe they don't march in the rain. After a quick trip into ...
... propped up on cobblestone roads with people precariously balanced over speeding traffic, deep pot-holes in the pavements in which you could lose a small child or animal, welding taking place on the pavements. I think there must be some rules around the traffic but they were not at all evident. The traffic was manic and constant with no regard for other drivers or pedestrians. It seems that the zebra crossings were merely painted on to hold the road ...