The Calcutts House
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... where we visited a tea shop and also St Mary's Church which dates back to about 1190. Unfortunately, we just missed a ceremony celebrating the opening of the Michaelmas Term of the High Court in Stafford. This is apparently to do with the Office of the High Sheriff which can be traced back more than 1000 years to the reign of a Saxon King. The service had finished only about an hour before we arrived and ...
I’ve had a number of dilemmas in the planning of this trip. I guess the most pressing one with regards to trip planning is: ship my bike or buy one in Australia. Well not just Australia but the states too. Financially it made sense to sell my bike, KTM 1190 Adventure, and buy a new one. I had even researched which one to get. It would be the …
... before we take the Ferry to the U.S. More on that later. So Ferries booked, B&b's booked. Money ordered and just to be sure we got ESTA's as well, we were all ready to go. We also decided to book a Travelodge at Knutsford on the Sunday night so no danger of getting stuck in traffic on the Monday going to the airport. All that needed doing was the suitcases packing and we would be ready to set off. It's official now, I'm ...
... Crown was full and the towpath after it wasn't suitable for mooring with a rather collapsed bank and a stretch of weeds. But I got off the boat and checked if they were showing the rugby, on one TV they were showing the opening ceremony with the other TV off, but I checked and they said they would turn it on if people wanted to watch it.
So we had a pub that was showing the game but nowhere to moor. So we continued down, the small stretch of tow path leading up to the marina ...
... very pretty surroundings. Then there's Much Wenlock, Shropshire's secret town. It was nearly 5pm and we thought everything would be closed, but we were able to enjoy the ancient ruins of the Priory with the magnificent towering walls rising heavenwards, before wandering into the town market square. This is another village steeped in history and resplendent tudor buildings.
After a lovely week with lots of driving we set off towards Porthmadog - and discovered Pembridge. ...