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Last night we wandered around Hanley looking for a pub for tea. We didn't find one. The area is somewhat down-at-heel but we found a large and impressive old building which is now an Indian restaurant. There we had delicious food and good beers.
Today we set off and fuelled up, filled up the water tank and emptied the sewage tanks. All that was completed with a minimum of fuss and no grossness, even ...
... br> crossing back and forth between Wales and England.We stopped in the
market town of Ludlow for lunch, castle was closed in preparation for
the food festival this weekend.The stores and buildings were a real
mixture of styles, no market day today but we bought a punnet of huge
fresh raspberries for 2Pd. Next stop Chester a walled roman city, a
couple of hours wandering around the city centre ...
... Oulton Park is near Warrington, just south of Liverpool. Our friend Chris Pearson was returning from the Isle of Man Classic and was arriving at Liverpool so he decided to join us. The track was about 25km from our hotel so we arranged to meet Chris at the track when he arrived. By 12:30 the Warren Trio (see previous blog) was reunited and watching qualifying for British Superbikes.
Our Australian riders are well represented in British Superbike ...
... make it look like one that most closely conforms to my
Chester was right along my route from Wales to Liverpool so
worth a stop on the way. And it didn’t disappoint! Chester is quite a small
city with a center surrounded by a town wall, pedestrian High Streets lined
with the kind of half-timbered buildings I described, a big Victorian-era city
hall erected in an older historical style, and huge cathedral that seems quite
... visitors, but I’m really glad we were able to experience it overnight in one of the exquisite cottages.
Unfortunately, we needed to depart in order to continue our exploration of Wales and begin our return to Essex.
Instead of driving directly to our next destination via the motorway, we took the scenic route, through pastoral farmlands which gradually gave way to steeper terrain populated by flocks of sheep.