Sheltered by the Malvern hills Worcester seems to miss most of the rainy weather that England is so famous for. Clear blue sunny skies made it perfect for wandering around the canals, feeding the ducks and enjoying the patios of several small town pubs.
Although Worcester is on the smaller side for a city it still boosts some amazing sites. Worcester was the home of the Royal Worcester Porcelin, its also the location of the Lea and Perrins factory where my beloved Worcestershire sauce is made.
The above picture was taken in the oldest part of Worcester, slightly tilting but still standing and considered sturdy. Not so sure about that.
This carving was created out of a massive stump that sat in the middle of the park. Talk about talent.
Have you ever been to Worcester? What was your favourite part.