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Malvern Wells

Catching up with Malcolm and Clare

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For the weekend, we hired a car from Watford and drove over to visit Malcolm and Clare in the Malvern Hills area. As we had the loan of a GPS, we ended up going on quite a scenic route that surprised Malcolm somewhat when we explained it to him on arrival. We saw lots of ice covered fields and drove up some country lanes. It is a rather beautiful location and we enjoyed catching up with Malcolm and his wife, Clare. We were able to share some of the Alsace wine we bought in France after a look around the town and a visit to The Nag's Head.

After a rather late night, we went walking in the hills. We climbed an ancient Iron Age fort called British Camp which was very interesting and was part of the area that Sonia and I walked when Malcolm drove us around the area in the Summer of 2005. Following this, we visited Worcester Cathedral and had another drive around.

Malvern Abbey

View from Malcolm's and Clare's Flat

The Flat

British Camp

View from British Camp

On Sunday evening, we drove back to Watford to meet Ben and Kate at the Englarts who are family friends of Kate.

Posted by Neil-Sonia 08:07 Archived in United Kingdom Tagged family_travel

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