Days Inn Warwick South M40
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Warwick South M40 Ashorne
I found this hotel to be excellent value for money. I arrived at 10:00 p.m. and was greeted by a very friendly and happy receptionist. I was handed a bag that included a complimentary bottle of water and chocolate - what a lovely surprise :) The room had tea and coffee making facilities with biscuits. My only negative comment would be that there was no blanket in the room and I was a little cold in bed. I did switch the heating on in the morning and it warmed up very quickly.
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... it felt like a living museum. As visitors are not expected at any time, we just missed lunch-hour at the local pub so we deviated from our usual routine and lunched in a local cafe instead (toasted chicken, bacon and Brie panini with cappuccino). We chatted up the young chef/proprietor and discovered he had visited Nelson Bay! After a short wander around town, and finding the local church locked, we ventured along ...
... Australians, self catered, Spanish Omelette
Monday 17th March Airlie Beach to Rockhampton 482km 5.75 hours of driving
Clear sky, hot, light breeze, decent site
Shopping trip, nearly drove into multi story car park, dreadful bug ridden fish and chip meal.
Tuesday18th March Rockhampton to Gympie 467km 7 hours of driving
Clear sky, hot, only 3star site but OK
Self catered, felt dizzy
... the five mile pound brought us to the locks at Stoke Bruerne. Coming the other way we saw lots of walkers with "Walk 4 Matt" on their T-shirts. There were also 10 support boats, hired from Willow Wren. They were doing a sponsored walk from Leicester to Brentford, and then attending the rugby final at Twickenham. We met these people a few years ago, a little lower down, near Hemel Hempstead, when the rugby final must have been a week earlier.
We were helped ...
... was a unfavorable as the cars and trucks sped past us. We walked up the hill and could see just why this was suggested to us. At the top of the hill on the other side there was a huge drop off over looking farmland and forest and out into the distance. It was a picturesque view of the Cotswolds Hills. Absolutely breathtaking.
So far, to this date on our journey, I can say the Cotswolds is my most ...
... fame. British Biscuit Brain Of course, the point of Easter in England was to actually spend time with our friends over the holidays. On Saturday the weather was very cold and there was even snow and sleet. We huddled inside watching TV and eating Ginger Nuts, Chocolate covered digestives, Penguin bars and other British Biscuits (cookies). By the end of the day Chris and I were so polluted with goodies that when we went out for a drive we ...