Willance House 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 ...
... one other family of four who insisted in dressing their daughter up in a monks habit to wander around the ruins - quite embarrassing - but that's what parents do !! After checking in to our boutique hotel for the night we went for a walk around the river, and obviously a drink !!! Heading back through the town we found Percy throwers garden which was an amazing oasis in the middle of Shrewsbury- amazing Evening meal was in the banqueting hall, mitchelin star food - amazing ...
... England, however it was checked when we arrived in Ireland. And when we left Ireland, and arrived back into England, no physical checks were made by either country. We guess the checks are done automatically when you check in with the airline and if there are any issues further checks are done at that time.
Our base for the next 5 nights is the town of Great Ayton located about 1 hour north of York. We have chosen to ...
... be a pattern forming here,
So, we trudged on through the cow pats until we found shelter behind the wall at Ellers Bridge where we stopped and made our own morning tea.
Next we walked some distance along the road and into the pretty village of Maske. Once out the other side, the road (and then the track) led us back towards the River Swale but remaining at a level that offered us more spectacular views.
We walked past Applegarth Farm ...