Chancel Choir 2006 England Tour
Saturday, July 29, 2006

Today was another touring day, tomorrow will be our fourth and final concert.  The first stop of the day was in Bristol, followed by a jaunt over to the town of Stratford-Upon-Avon.  It was a very busy day going from one place to another. The major sites included Charles Wesley's House and New Room Chapel, Shakespeare's Birthplace, and Anne Hathaway's Cottage which had a beautiful representation of a traditional English garden.  Also, while at the Wesley Chapel, which happens to be the first ever Methodist Chapel, we had the opportunity to do a little singing.  It was quite the experience.

Entrance to John Wesley's Chapel ("New Room"), Bristol.

Entrance to Wesley's "New Room".

Inside Wesley's "New Room"

In a Wesley home, a couple blocks from the New Room.

An impromptu "concert" at the Wesley "New Room".

A small garden area behind the Wesley home.


Shakespeare's birthplace.

Hathaway cottage and garden.

Anne Hathaway's childhood cottage and garden, Stratford-Upon-Avon.

Gift shop at Hathaway cottage.

Pastor Bob lead a devotional every day as we traveled.

The meals were quite good at our hotel in Swindon.

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