Days Inn Telford Ironbridge M54
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... jacket potatoes, garlic bread, burgers, pretzels stuffed with all sorts of fillings, both sweet and savoury and the hot roasted chestnuts.
There were craft stalls with things made from wire, keyrings, knitted goods, reindeer skins, things for the garden, soaps in the shape of fruit. We stopped for drinks at the top end by the museum and then headed through the small shopping arcade and looked at the food ...
... and began another one closer to him. This pushed us back in the line a bit but we at least knew this meant we would get one. By now we had met Megan & Jordan, a lovely young couple from Wolverhampton. They were going o the same hotel, so we decided to share a cab. There were both students but we had a old chat. I think it was really nice to have someone else to chat with. Once arriving at the hotel were we're straight up the stairs and into bed. Oh what a day. Mumford ...
... ornamental trees bearing berries. They really like Rowan/sorbus/Mountain Ash and these trees are often used to make supermarket car parks and similar places less grim and off-putting - so this is where you might find them.
Today's Waxwings were almost against the form, being in a pleasant enough residential area a couple of miles from Wolverhampton city centre. They weren't hard to find because there was an ornamental Rowan absolutely dripping with pink ...
... to acknowledge my presence whilst attending to all Phil's food & drink related needs! I finally had to speak up and insist on a glass - difficult to imagine I know! [Phil: And even then, she didn't drink it!!!] Don't like being ignored! We were then introduced to the equally delightful [but less partisan] chef who was pleased we had enjoyed his food and told us his life story! And the Maitre De came for a chat.
To add to his conquests Phil then exchanged ...
... we were about to leave a fierce hail storm started up which had us scuttling around the corner of the shelter to get out of the wind. Just after it had passed another skua flew by – my first Bonxie of the day, Julie having seen a couple whilst I was buying the coffees – and therefore our 3rd skua species for the day, which is pretty good going.
As we got back to the car we were just in time to see a parking warden putting a ticket on ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed