The Fox and Goose Inn
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... session. Lithe bodies, young and old, slice through the water next to us. The shells have names like "Midsummers dream" and "Tatiana". We sit and watch the athletes for a while.
We COULD do this back home at West End, but it's not quite the same.
Off we hop and over the tramway bridge to the town centre for a wander and look around.
The parks are sprawling, the town is "quint", or quaint perhaps. Streets ...
... talented and the shows were well done. The place became a zoo around noon so we were happy we were there at 10am when it opened to beat the rush! There was a special tour called the dungeon experience that Whiteside and i paid 9 pounds to go on with a group of 6 students. It was 45 minutes long and was worth the money. They took us through all areas of the actual dungeon that had been done up with smoke, actors and props. Each ...
... Reverend Gastrell who is something of a baddie in Stratford legends: he hated everything to do with Shakespeare, he got so sick of people coming to the house wanting to see Shakespeare’s house and especially a particular mulberry tree that they wanted leaves from as souvenirs, and he cut down the tree. Even in the 1750’s there was an enormous Shakespeare following and this caused a huge outcry. Then he wanted to extend his garden, was ...
... to have a BBQ breakfast in the morning.
While we were sitting there we saw a greater spotted woodpecker.
Hugo disappeared – he knows his way around here by now. It’s our third overnight stop here.
3 locks, 4 miles
Thu 18th July
We had a breakfast BBQ. Bacon, egg and mushrooms in the open air. Wonderful.
Two boats came separately up through the lock. Then the single lady brought her boat ...
... or try to count all the stars in the night sky. That's how this experience has been fore so far:Sublime. There is so much around me all at once. Buildings rich with history and beauty, quaint cottages with wild flowers climbing up their walls, expansive meadows filled with yellow flowers, castles, and vibrantly green rolling hills. I feel as though I never have enough time to dedicate to fully taking ...