Holiday Inn Telford / Ironbridge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Banquet room
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... 400 hundred year old pub. Our four hour trip turned into seven!!! We only had that planned for today so it didn't really matter. The castle began its life as a pig farm in Saxon times but soon became a moated manor house. The only original remaining part of the castle today is part of the moat. Over the years it has been used as a prison camp for French sailors between 1756-1763 and as housing and employment for poor men in 1796. It was repaired in ...
Well left Birmingham for a 4 hour trip to the castle. Throw in a lost Belgian busdriver, an uncertain Slovenkian, and a crash on a major road, the trip became an all day expedition! We finally arrived after a 7 hour bus drive. On a positive note ,we stopped at a pub called The Star Inn in Felbridge,for a light lunch , and discovered the ...
... after a traumatic noisy journey as we had transferred all out " stuff" at the dealers. Obviously not as well as we thought. She sat between us facing to the back of the van maybe in case she needed a quick escape! We made up the bed and then went to turn the radio off. Well, how many buttons does it take to shut down a radio/satnav? It took 30mins+ and even then the display was on in the ...
... him again in the woods. That gave me some incentive to keep it up, so I pushed on through the twisty woods and beyond. I must have taken a chunk out of him but he was so much quicker-Luton ac, I reckoned-that at 9k he came past and disappeared from view. Some running, but did show the benefits of, ooh, the shoes. I handed over to Kav in just under 48 minutes, as the rain thought about easing off. Both teams had finger lights - the 5 used green, while we had red/white/red on our ...
... of the bridge holds 1.5 million litres of water and takes 2 hr to drain.
I decided to take the steps down to the river so I could see the aqueduct from below. There were all sorts of nice little detours to see little waterfalls and then a walk along the river itself toward a lake. Going back up wasn’t quite as easy. Tom and Joan amused themselves far above me taking pictures of me as ...