International Hotel Telford
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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An easy drive up - 150 miles getting 25-27 MPG from the Disco. After the previous escapades with it, a really nice smooth drive getting just above 50mph allowing for a lower gearing. Gearbox light in just a couple of times on some climbs but after a cruise it went out. Nice flat pitches although used wooden block under sink to correct levelling. Sat as ever took a little ...
... told about it by a lovely lady who is a member of the Church. She was particularly pleased to speak to us about it and insisted that we sign their visitors book. It is truly a picturesque town, typical of so many in England.
Feeling refreshed, we set our sights on Birmingham. Our ever trusty GPS system (aka Bella) delivered us to the city easily enough - it is, after all, a very big city. However, ...
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... time we passed the pub and turned right up the Cannock Extension Canal which runs dead straight for 1½ miles to Norton Canes Boatbuilders and the A5. Halfway along there are two basins which used to be loading bays for the colliery. They now contain several permanently moored boats. The colliery is gone and the land around has returned to woodland and farmland with some open heath areas.
We turned in the entrance to the boatyard, and got a large heavy ...
... and sweated my way back up.
We went to a local pub for for lunch with Joan and Bertie. Joan is nearly 80 and full of life. She really enjoyed having jokes with Tom at my expense and bought him an enormous sundae for his dessert just to see if he could eat the whole thing (he could). She dropped us at the bus stop at the top of the hill so we could start the next leg of our Welsh experience. ...