…..luxury can be defined any how you want it to be….whether it’s five star accommodation in a water bungalow in the Maldives or something that makes life that much easier …..and that’s how I see the Wetherspoon’s table App …making life easier. It’s simple, you find a table, log on to the free wifi, download the app […]
Starting from the Red Lion in the centre of the town the Stratford canal heads north towards Wilmcote and eventually Birmingham…..it makes for a very pleasant stroll with a wide footpath and plenty of ‘lock action’. Tumbling may bushes drop into the canal and loose petals blow across the water at this time of the year. Early […]
West of the town the steeple of Holy Trinity Church looks down on the River Avon and the swans and boats that busy theirselves on this popular section of the river. Famous for being Shakespeare’s last resting place this church is more significant to me as the church where my uncle and two aunts were […]
This little picturesque town is a High Street of interesting and ancient buildings, Tudor style public houses and pretty cottages and clearly a town with a sense of past but also a town that welcomes foodies judging by the sumptuous and delicious menus displayed outside restaurants and pubs.
The Grey Traveller and he who likes to think he is obeyed had a stopover in Stratford for one night only. We know the town relatively well and wanted to eat somewhere new as the Lazy Cow on the bridge sadly is no more. We did the circuit and Edward Moon jumped right out at us! Very centrally […]
A is for the Avon, the river – home to the swans and the barges. Where rowers practise their skills and where ducks and moor hens show who is boss. B is for the Bard, references to him are everywhere……… and is also for Box Brownie where the service is first class and the coffee divine. C […]