Rosedale Guest House
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A leisurely start in Shrewsbury and as always a great breakfast all alone in the main banqueting hall No menu here - just ask for anything !! The weather is slowly improving and after a quick grab of a subway sandwich for Donna we set off to Ironbridge. In 1779 the worlds first bridge made out of iron was built here, in today's terms a very short bridge but quite a historic event. ...
... a traffic jam on the motorway due to an accident a few kilometers in front of us. We were expecting a much longer delay as at least four fire engines, 5 police vehicles and as many ambulances went past us to the scene. Fortunately the scene was cleared relatively quickly and we were on our way. You can imagine that the traffic queue was huge, being the afternoon, on the last day of a long weekend.
Well, the bunker was an ...
... as "members" there was a further £2.60 charge. As I had left all my cash in my other pockets we had to leave - could not really pay on my credit card the additional entrance fee and then show then Simons passes !!! So much for free entrance - £3 for 1 minute - no the guy collecting the money would not give us a refund !! A quick stop at the locks tea room (non at the castle !) for square crumpets and a good English cuppa and on to the next castle - this time a ...
... us the chance to meet a couple of locals who were very friendly and welcoming to us Aussies visiting their village and gave us some tips on what else we should do in the area.
Ohh, and we also managed to do 4 quick, but fun, geocaches hidden around the town on our walk.
We are all thinking 5 nights will not be enough to do this area justice so we will have to try and do as much as we can over the next couple of ...
... down over the Cistercian ruin of Rievaulx Abbey.
So, this will be the last of our UK bloggs. During our time here, we have covered some 12,000km, visited 38 English Heritage and National Trust properties which were "free" after paying for membership for 12 months.
Don't ask how many cream teas (scones, jam and cream) and coffees we had, but our waistlines I think have increased a bit!!
Take care and love to all
Clive and Wendy