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Candy, Oswestry, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom | B&B
 

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In search of Chester's Grill

A travel blog entry by johnjeed

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... back to Heswall.

From Chester, we headed to York changing trains in Manchester. The train was quite busy and slow, stopping at many stations along the way picking up rush hour commuters. We arrived in York around 7.15 pm. We got a brief glimpse of the medieval wall that surrounds the old city. We caught a taxi to our Hotel which was just outside of the main centre. That evening we had dinner at the Hotel before retiring ...

An English Village Life

A travel blog entry by johnjeed

64

After a great nights sleep we rose to a cool morning at Peter and Tukta's house 27 km outside of Liverpool in Heswall. Heswall is located on the west side of the "Wirral". After breakfast consisting of hot coffee and bacon sandwiches, Peter and I headed out on bikes into the country side around Heswall. Mean while Jeed and Stewart had plans to visit the Liverpool Football Club. Selma wanted to stay and help Tukta in the house.

Peter and I rode about 20 + ...

The Life of Riley

A travel blog entry by penguinchris

... was so pleasant we stayed on.

We were more enthusiastic about seeing Horace Panter’s Uptown Ska Collective. Horace is yet another former Special and his band includes ex-Special keyboards and brass players too. Fantastic music for a sunny afternoon. I recognised some of the songs and others were new to me. Two live versions of “Guns of Navarone” and two of “Pressure Drop” in two day. Not bad. Not bad at ...

From Rita to Ripsaw

A travel blog entry by afromont

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... the wait, so it must have been good!

The next ride was "Oblivion", which has to be seen to be believed. A face-down, vertical drop into a dark tunnel. Once again the mum's chickened out - at this stage starting to wonder why we had paid the exhorbitant entrance fee.

We moved along to "Rita" and this time we all had a go - imagine a normal rollercoaster, but at ten times the normal speed, then a lovely walk ...

Shrewsbury

A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423

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... appeared and disappeared in 1-2 minute intervals during our brief two-day visit. Sun break! Time to explore! In recent years sections of the old town were leveled to make way for modern malls and shopping centers with marginal architectural value. Fortunately much of the character of the old town is preserved in quaint alleys, streets, and pedestrian walkways. We enjoyed ...

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