Holiday Inn Stoke on Trent M6
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... of the canal at Ellesmere. Entertained the spectators (or gongozzlers) getting turned around at the winding hole but got round with the help of a local & moored up. We walked into the town centre & had a fantastic lunch at the Red Lion pub. We looked in a few shops & then Christine & I went to the Tesco to get a few ...
Very dark walk back to our boat last eve (thank goodness I had my phone flashlight). Don & Christine were walking ahead without a flashlight & walked right past our boat ... Had to turn round & come back. :-) I had a hard time falling asleep ... ? still a bit jet lagged or just so excited to be finally here on our Narrowboat holiday. Got up about 8:30 am & had coffee & breakfast of bread & ...
Today we picked up our motor home, a Pilote Sensation, after having a whistle stop tour and instructions on all the various electronic devises and came away with our heads in a spin! We then zoomed off to our first campsite near Nuneaton doing an average of 12mph. Hopefully not too many frustrated drivers behind us, but in fairness being left hand drive and a vehicle that seemed like 10 times ...
... the end of a conversation. It depends on the context.
5. They do actually drink quite a lot of tea, and they drink much more when they are sick.
6. Currie is a very common meal in England, which is not something you would expect since its an Indian dish.
7. They drink here ALOT. It's completely normal and acceptable to go out and get drunk every night of the week except Sundays. Which most people do.
8. Bars and Pubs are commonly used as ...
... it is still alive and full of leaves. Remarkable.
Had a beer in the pub opposite the Church. It was an old coaching inn and very nicely done inside and out. You will see a pic of Jean on the phone talking to Jean on the phone.
The house we went to is rather quirky and quaint. It was built by the Moreton family who owned a fair bit of the good Cheshire land in the area and were very successful farmers. They ...