RuanAileenI miss this land and have deep memories. The first time I knew this place was from a postcard, and then I just saw the story of this church on the Pearl Terrace. Later I came to Coventry to study. I occasionally come here once. I like the sense of history here, and of course I don’t like it again. There is the destruction of war, and may the world be peaceful!
M30***58Located in the city center, it appeared in Coventry because it is the center of British automobile manufacturing. There is really a very detailed display of all kinds of cars, and it is free, friends who are interested in cars should not miss it~.
M24***86Every day you go to school, you have to pass the statue. Go straight ahead of the statue and turn left. There will be snack carts in the middle of Coventry Market. On the right side of the statue, you will walk along the road until you reach the Automobile Museum. On the left side of the statue is the clock tower. At least through the clock, on the left is Bank Street, and a little past the City Hall. Go ahead and pass by the church and then to the teaching area (the shop behind the bus stop is the shop opposite Kampar and the steak is great) I really want to go to Coventry again Walk around
_FB***66Its a beautiful castle, with brilliant actors on hand to bring it to life. There a few picnic tables to eat your lunch on, plus masses of grass for picnics. Make sure you park in the Stratford Road car park as its free, but the one on Castle Hill is expensive.
_We***45This little town Stratford upon Avon is the birthplace of William Shakespeare. you’ll find the house he was born in and able to take a tour. definitely worth going. It has plenty of small quant stores dotted around and the whole town is dedicated to theatre and Shakespeare.
~_~??This church has a pointed tower that can be seen from a distance and is also one of the landmark buildings in the direction of the city center. Located not far from the statue of Lady Godiva, it is a church still in use today.