Holt Lodge Hotel
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... It was expensive, costing us nearly 130 pounds. That will be reimbursed when we take the boat back in.
As most of the others had showered last night on board, I dashed in to the onshore shower and had a good scrub. We didn't get to do our laundry but will have another go at that in Macclesfield in a day or two.
Mardi and I have just taken the boat through the Harecastle Tunnel whilst the ...
... 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 ...
... Greg has been suffering from a heavy dose of the flu so we spent most of the day sitting in Chequers Restaurant at the track watching the racing on the big screen as it was bitterly cold outside. Sunday’s first race was won by Josh Brookes. It looked like Shane Byrne would finish 2nd but he stopped in the last lap and did not finish – we think he ran out of fuel. Race 3 was won by Byrne with Josh Brookes 2nd. The competition ...
... is fairly short so we are back at Bala around lunch time. We decide to go to the other side of the lake to eat our picnic. There are people sun baking so we are hopeful ... We manage to get a picnic table, but the picnic kept flying away!! It was so very windy. We managed to get through our lunch, but I'm still not sure why people were swimming and lying beside the lake. We took a tour of Llangollen on the way home, we had seen the cast ruin above the town but ...
From Wheaton Aston we travelled about 8 miles along a stretch of canal which to many people is boring. It goes through mostly farmland and the only landmarks are bridges and winding holes. The canal itself alternates between going through cuttings and along embankments. Both are pleasant to be in - gliding through thick vegetation or enjoying extensive views over unspoilt grazing land.