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An early morning start with the alarm going off at 7:50 so we can be down for breakfast at 8:30 The sun is up and it looks like it's going to be a great day..... One problem we have no idea what time we should be at the vineyard !!! It's too early at the moment all I get is an answer machine !!!! So after a hearty breakfast - no menu just order direct from the chef !! We set off on a taxi and arrived at the vineyard. The sun is up and ...
... than a simple road sign.
The scenery changed from rugged back to green pastures, still filled with sheep.
Property lines were delineated with low, stone walls. Each stone had been carefully fitted into place and held there by gravity, not mortar.
Our home for the next two nights is The Lion Hotel, a 16th century landmark in the middle of the old city. Its guests have included Madame Tussaud and Benjamin ...
... to Preston, turning down the M6 for a short way the turning off we headed across country via Chester, into Wales via Wrexham, Oswestry and finally arrived three hours later at Shrewsbury. With the roof down on the BMW and a sunny 22 degrees it was a great journey. Our hotel for the two nights is a 16 th century inn with only 4 boutique rooms. We are staying in the lime suite !!! With old oak beams and rickety staircases which squeak ...
... Edward I to control those pesky Welsh! And, yes Dave, we visited the Museum for the Royal Welch Fusiliers!
Our next stop was Anglesey which is almost the most north westerly point of Wales. Time for a bit of shopping, washing, relaxing (it’s tiring visiting all those castles, museums, and stuff!) and some easy driving to look at the scenery. One thing that we saw a lot of in Wales were stone walls (dry stone walls like we have seen in Ireland ...
Thursday 17th July - Bollington
After returning the key & farewelling Sue & Ken we returned to Brockenhurst via a devious route. First to Little Moreton Hall, which unfortunately opened at 11 am, so we moved on to Sandbach, instead. Here were 2 Saxon crosses & a lively market in a lovely small town. After a coffee we returned to the hall which is a ...