A nice day in Coventry

Monday, May 25th  was a bank holiday in the UK, and I was invited by my friend Yuliya from the International office of Aston University to spend the day with her and her husband in Coventry. I have known Yuliya during a business trip for her to Egypt few weeks before my travel grant in Aston University. Yuliya and her husband are really good company and I enjoyed the day with them. We visited St. Mary’s Guildhall, St. Michael Cathedral, the new Cathedral where we listened to lunch time music at the cathedral, then visited the Transport museum, and we had a delicious lunch.

The old St. Michael's Cathedral of Coventry which was bombed in WW2 and the one of the unique buildings (Courtsey goes to Yuliya)

The old St. Michael’s Cathedral of Coventry which was bombed in WW2 and the one of the unique buildings (Courtsey goes to Yuliya)

Old buildings of Coventry

Old buildings of Coventry

The circle denoting the timeline of Cairo among other cities in front of the Transport museum of Coventry

The circle denoting the timeline of Cairo among other cities in front of the Transport museum of Coventry

Would you like to have a ride? :) (The transport museum)

Would you like to have a ride? 🙂 (The transport museum)

The Status of Lady Godiva in the centre of Coventry

The Status of Lady Godiva in the centre of Coventry

Me with Yuliya and her husband at Coventry

Me with Yuliya and her husband at Coventry

Yuliya with me and my wife at Cairo

Yuliya with me and my wife at Cairo

The ruins of St. Michael old cathedral

The ruins of St. Michael old cathedral

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