From High St to Montpellier Rd
Our friend picked us up from the bus stop and brought us back to his friends place where we stayed for two nights. It was very kind of them to let us stay there.
We checked out a music store that was a hipster one stop shop. It had you music, books and vintage clothing all in one place. Give me convenience or give me death! It was HMV with vintage clothing and more vinyl.
The Synagogue was located on the aptly named Synagogue Lane. Probably not a coincidence. ;)
Cheltenham is not a big place but it has some pretty grand looking buildings. We were impressed with all there was to see.
We were really lucky with the weather as it was perfect for walking around. This would not have been as fun if it was raining.
Our friend had a friend that recently passed away unfortunately. He showed us the bench in memory of his friend that was located in the park.
Uh oh. I spoke too soon about the wonderful weather. The grey clouds started to roll in.
We had a quick tour of the rest of the posh area of town.
Opps wrong spot to lean. Awkward. There was a questionable statue in Cheltenham.
We went back to the house and waited for our friends to come home. We went out for dinner at the Wetherspoons. We had a veggie burger, and a burrito which which we asked for vegan without cheese and mayo. (Edit note: Turns out our server was wrong and the Wetherspoons burrito can't be made vegan and neither could the burger. There has been some changes at Wetherspoons so maybe the burger is fine now. Wetherspoons do have a few vegan options. See here.) This pub also displayed Carroll's images of Alice.
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