Kings Arms Hotel
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... Then the deans had to host our dean talk with all the students, but we had to have two sessions because all the students couldn't fit together in the Pichette Auditorium. After that Chef Kevin brought lasagne and veggies to the Program Office for our whole staff and saved us from exhaustion and starvation. He even brought me a plate of salmon and rice so I got to eat a good dinner too, and it was ...
... the front yard and they are all very well tended. Eric said he didn't think he had seen one single straggly shrub!
We made a brief stop at Hampton Court, went past Runnymede when the Magna Carta was signed and spent a lovely few hours in Stratford-Upon-Avon, home to Shakespeare. We stopped for a wonderful group photo at Anne Hathaway's cottage. We couldn't go into the formal gardens, it was a very brief stop!
We spent the night in Coventry.
... of "The Hobbit" were written there; also, it happens to be one of Morse's hangouts, and he and Lewis drink there at least once per book, so that was all quite exciting. We had the barmaid's recommended tipples: Gray had something called Shark Head which he said was disgusting, and I had a draft cider which she warned me was "uncarbonated" and served at room temperature; how English, I thought, but it was also fairly disgusting, rather like weak, sweet sherry.
... brakes on your bike (works much better than any bell).
Have no accidents
An absolute must - have a bike that fits you.
Do practise on it a lot before you go.
Follow Henry's route, with lots of little quiet roads and canal paths, it's the best.
Don't get a puncture during the whole trip. (Henry had only one on bald tyres!)
Do travel by train with your bike, it's fun and easy, quicker than cycling anyway.
Do eat a whole soreen malt loaf each ...
... was hosting Christmas dinner. We opened gifts and relaxed (I fell asleep again in a chair). Ed, Gerald, nephew Edward and niece Esme all played a board game. David and Liz prepared a delicious Christmas dinner that included turkey, stuffing with chestnuts, bread sauce, roasted potatoes and parsnips, carrots, brussel sprouts, and cranberry. After dinner everyone gathered to play a lively game of Cranium (our gift from Johnny and Jane).
December 26- ...