Bell Hotel

Commercial Street, Newtown, Powys, Wales, SY16 2DE, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

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The Life of Riley

A travel blog entry by penguinchris

... 8220;Marvellous”, “Lucky You” and of course “Pure” all featuring and getting the crowd through the rain that had started just before they came on stage and into the sunshine that we all knew was not far behind. They were rewarded with an encore of course – but it wasn’t “Three Lions”. I suspect that it could only have been done ironically which would have been wrong so they finished the set and ...

From Rita to Ripsaw

A travel blog entry by afromont

25

... wooded gully took us to the "most intense ride" the Nemesis - a total scream-fest for me. This was followed by "Air" where you hang face down from your seat, and finally the surprisingly violent 'RipSaw'.

We headed home, fairly exhausted, having had a great day. After a light dinner, and a dose of Whisky and Ginger liqueur (and not just for me), we watched some of the Wimbledon final, recorded from earlier and went to bed.
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Shropshire via Shakespear

A travel blog entry by afromont

11

... to describe Natalie's cold, which has been around for a couple of weeks, and making her feel a bit miserable. Poor thing is coping well though. We set off for Joanna and Robin Morris' house in Shropshire, and immediately got stuck in traffic near Oxford. Rather than attempting to navigate inner Oxford in a camper van we decided to head for Stratford on Avon and explore the birthplace of William Shakespear. Coincidentally, the town was holding a "River Festival" so ...

Shrewsbury

A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423

5

... a bit suspicious—it had no “painter” (rope) attached anywhere, no oars, and a motor was fixed to the stern. Another passer by stopped and called the authorities. She was concerned because a number of people have fallen into the river and died after having one too many in the pubs. Two young officers arrived and seemed to have things under control.

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Castle Ruins and the Wars of the Roses

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

I love castles and castle ruins. It is fun to try to imagine what life must have been like when people lived and worked there. Standing in the places where history was written makes it all come alive for me. I know it wasn't easy and there’s way too much romanticizing about life during the middle ages but still there’s something magic about standing in a great hall and visualizing the owner at the head table ...

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