Anyway, looking back.
The Railway Cafe
This was back in October and opened up a new chapter in cycling; getting further afield.
This was the first time I had taken the bike on the back of the car and went to Stratford upon Avon to ride the Greenway, a disused railway line. This cafe was also recently visited in the ice and snow, no flowers around then.
Could not visit Stratford without calling in on the Bard. The house is in Henley Street and is a restored 16th century half timbered house where it is believed that Shakespeare was born and spent his childhood here. It is now a museum. It has been referred to as the Mecca for all lovers of literature. It certainly has made Stratford the tourist attraction that it is today.
Olympic post boxes
These two boxes are in Bridge Street Stratford and were painted gold to celebrate the gold medal that James Roe, a para olympic rower, won in London. James was born in Leamington but now lives in Stratford. There are some more of these in Alcester which is one of my targets for the future.