In Leicester, we saw the cathedral, the Jewry Wall (the most substantial remaining example of Roman masonry), the ruins of some Roman baths, and some lovely gardens along the river. Returning to Quorn, we were treated to another lovely meal of summery items by Sue and Chris.
Some photos. (These, and all the thumbnails on this site, are links to much higher-quality photos. Just tap or click.):
- Leicester cathedral Wikipedia. Richard III Wikipedia* (actually a particularly good king, despite Shakespeare’s Tudor propaganda) is buried right behind the red car:
- Leicester Guildhall Wikipedia — 14th Century:
- Roman baths (“Jewry Wall”) Wikipedia. — 2nd Century:
- Leicester Castle Wikipedia. — 11th Century: