Today Leo's Rabbit enjoyed a spa day at Chesford Grange Hotel set in beautiful grounds on the edge of the River Avon in a charming town of Kenilworth. He was granted an access to all the leisure facilities at this historic four-star hotel. He spent couple of hours in the gym, then had a relaxing time by the pool and simmered in the steam room (it's apparently a great way to keep your fur healthy - that is if you are a furry creature).
The best part of Rabbit's spa experience however was his lunch - cappuccino with Danish pastry. All the zoologists and other animal experts will probably shout in protest that the main part of a rabbit's diet should be fresh hay, grass, fruits, vegetables and plenty of clean water, not a cappuccino and pastry. Keep your hair on! You are right, we know that too. Please don't forget however that Leo's Rabbit is not an ordinary rabbit at all. Well, he thinks (and as you probably gathered by now - so do we :-) ) that he is more of a human than a rabbit and he enjoys the same comfort food as we do. As you can see by the size of his meal, he may be a small Rabbit, but a small Rabbit with a big appetite.
Leo's Rabbit 'lives' in my handbag and he travels with us everywhere we go. He has pictures taken at various locations, tourist attractions and places we visit. As a part of this blog we will describe Leo's Rabbit Travels to share our personal experiences from these visits. Hopefully couple of people (apart from us :-) ) will find it interesting and may even feel encouraged to visit one of Rabbit's destinations.