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... to the top left along the banks of the river. There was plenty of activity with joggers, cyclists and 4 man and. 8 man boats from the local boat club sculling up and down . The weather had been really kind to us, and with no wind the temperature was really warm as the sun set. We had a light sandwich. ( after our large lunch) for evening meal (great salad garnish ! ) in a local pub before retiring back to our posh drapers hall boutique ...
We started the day with a typical Welsh breakfast, consisting of laverbread and leek sausage, bacon, black pudding, fried potatoes, mushrooms, tomatoes, eggs any style except omelet. There was also a complete selection of cereals, teas, jams and jellies, and fruit juices. Toast comes in white or brown.
You might ask about the black pudding. It's very similar to blood sausage.
We leisurely wandered around the little village of ...
... ascend and a manor type dining room it's quite unique !! We appear to be the only ones staying as booking.com still has 3 rooms available for tonight !!!! Shrewsbury looks amazing, a good high street, large city centre church and a delightful river running around the town on three sides, with lots of old ( York shambles look-a - like) buildings. Helen has been left at home, with only three days until we have to go to Oxford to take ...
... of the day ( dog in river) and as tomorrow is also due to be hot, walked on further today to reduce tomorrow's mileage hopefully from 21 to 19. This area of Derbyshire has a number of limestone valleys or dales. They are quite dramatic, narrow (barely 100m wide in places but 50m deep, so very steep sides. As a result they are not cultivated, being either wooded or left to the sheep! Some still have a river or stream running through them ...
... 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 ...