Anne Hathaway's house
Whilst visiting Stratford upon Avon, I stumbled across an interior decorating shop, you can imagine my delight when they sold Liberty fabrics for half the price in the Liberty store. So to help the English economy, away I went and got quite many different prints.
William Shakespeare monument, donated by David Gower and family.
After Stratford upon Avon we headed towards Coventry, here we visited the bombed cathedral and Lady Godiva statue. This statue in the bombed cathedral was donated by Richard Branson.
We also waited until 3 pm to view the clock with Lady Godivan and the peeping Tom.
On our trip to Edinburgh, we stopped at Hadrians wall.
Next day we travelled to Edinburgh, where we will spend two days exploring.
We attended a Scottish night and a wonderful time was had by all, we all sampled the haggis.
Brittania even has it's own operating theatre.
After our two days in Edinburgh we travelled to the Scottish highlands, on the way we stopped at the famous St Andrews golf course, we had 2 hours, and it was very cold and sleeting, so wet and miserable in the cold.
As part of an optional component of our tour we visited a sheep farm in the Scottish highlands, where we had the opportunity to see border collies in action, we also got the opportunity to hold some puppies and lambs.
After a quite day and night in Newtonmore we travelled the next day to Glasgow, on the way we visited Lochness, Culloden battlefields, very wet and cold, so only a glimpse.
Lochness, did not spot Nessie!
We also had the opportunity to have a photo stop with the highland longhair cows.