Macdonald Craxton Wood Hotel
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Well our last full day here turned out to be quite special. Omnia still had leave from work so was able again to chauffeur us to yet another excursion! This time it was to see the Lady Lever Art Gallery, which is at Port Sunlight. This meant nothing to me, but sounded good....well, to start with Port Sunlight (think Sunlight soap) is just beautiful - it is a model garden village and conserved as a heritage site. It ...
... seen otherwise. There are some really nice areas…..and some not so nice. It was an interesting tour and we learnt a lot more about the Beatles than we knew before. The tour took a bit longer than it should because of the road closures and it was getting quite late by the time we got back to our car.
Liverpool has a lot more to see than we have time for but we’ll be quite glad to get out of the city again when we head off ...
... in their time and so, we will continue on our travels, taking the time out to remember our friends and family that are no longer with us.
Despite travelling without commitments, occasionally we find that we have committed ourselves to be somewhere at a particular time. This happened at the beginning of August, when we heard that a good friend was turning 70 and was planning a big party. So, of course, we had to be there! That meant that when ...
... Dave the doorman . He happily lifted my suitcase out of the car for me. I could have kissed him.
We ate breakfast with the stars... Well one old one anyway. This old guy at our next table was signing autographs so we sent Robbie to investigate. Turned out to be Chris Montez. He had been performing at the Beatles Festival...thanks Mr Google for helping us find out what he was famous for.... The More I See You.... The ...
... of an extremely rare, moated, 16th century, half timbered manor house virtually untouched since. It looked as if it was a film set but it is totally real. We had a great tour of the building & were very impressed with the place.
Our next stop was Haughmond Abbey, a ruined Augustinian abbey near Shrewsbury, another casualty of the dissolution of the ...