Albright Hussey Manor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We got up early & got our jerseys on & Rider flags hung on the boat & photos taken. We stopped into Ellemere to buy some coffee. Sunday so the Tesco closed but we found another shop open to buy coffee & beer. The men got the boat ...
... of the canal at Ellesmere. Entertained the spectators (or gongozzlers) getting turned around at the winding hole but got round with the help of a local & moored up. We walked into the town centre & had a fantastic lunch at the Red Lion pub. We looked in a few shops & then Christine & I went to the Tesco to get a few ...
... a touristy nightmare! It has a beautiful canal, steam trains, a charming bridge and High Street, all within a stunning wooded valley. But it also has thousands of people, nowhere to park, the ever present huge lorries tearing through the centre of town and touristy tat aplenty. So now to Scotland, up the M6. A long, long way! Finally arrived at 7:10 pm, dinner at our hotel, Cook's of Stirling. We covered 3 different countries in one ...
... was condemned to death- and suitably grisly it was. Edward I ensured that Dafydd's death was to be slow, agonising, and memorable; Dafydd was dragged through the streets of Shrewsbury attached to a horse's tail then hanged alive, revived, then
disembowelled and his entrails burned before him (but wait, you want more?), and then his
body cut into four-quarters "for plotting the king's death". Sorry if you have just eaten! The border has been elastic over the last 100 years ...
... I was very proud of her, and the rescue centre had just run out of rice so it was perfect timing.
The money I have sent across has helped supply the rescue centre with essentials such as charcoal and rice. Also in the summer, I was given a donation which topped up a pot of money I already had put aside enough to be able to buy the rescue centre a brand new TV (theirs had broken months beforehand and the boys were so bored, especially since ...