Worcester in the mist
We had never been to Worcester before. We were trying to meet up with my sister in Sheffield and trying to find a place midway. Viamichelin.com told me that Worcester was equidistant at 120 miles from Crewkerne and Sheffield, so we chose Worcester. My brother would come from London and a cousin from Shrewsbury and we all met up at various times in the city, us having arrived there earliest, due to a good run up the M5. Despite it being clear around Stroud and Cheltenham, the weather became murkier the nearer we came to Worcester, so we ended up having to see the city in the mist, alebit lighted up by Christmas decorations.
Despite the mirky conditions, we liked Worcester and felt it has a lot to offer. I definitely have it marked as a place to return to, preferably on a warm summer's day, with a race meet at the racecourse (which is right next to the old city and the river (Severn). I would also like to visit The Commandery, which celebrates the last battle of the English Civil War in 1651.