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faftris, re your 24 years ago visit to Stratford-on-Avon. I hope that was said tongue in cheek if not I'm sorry you had a bad experience there as I was born and lived in that town and although I cannot claim to be a direct descendant of The Bard, my many times Great Aunt lived in the house during the 1830's that later became know as Shakespeare's Birthplace. She was married to a butcher and while he cut up meat she and a S-in-Law, Elizabeth Hornby, cut up the furniture, doing a roaring trade in selling off bits of wood said to come from Shakespeare's writing desk/crib/chair etc (think the True Cross). You can read what the US writer Washington Irving had to say about his visit and the rather grubby Mrs Hornby.