Premier Inn Ipswich North
Travel Blogs from Claydon
... saying goodbye to Uncle Dick we drove to nearby Dedham for lunch in the very old Malborough Head pub which Uncle Dick and Gwen had taken us to in 2000. The food was quite nice. Back at the Chudleigh we had a quiet afternoon. We walked around the town and found some bubble wrap and a box to pack the jugs Aunty Jennie has given me to take home. We also looked in at the pier. Phil was very keen to win big on the 2 p machine. He ...
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“I wandered everywhere, through cities and countries wide. And everywhere I went, the world was on my side.”
... her! She might come to Ireland with us! That would be exciting. Went to a local pub that night. Fairly good food for a British pub. Then i had to wake up this morning to get on a bus from Mildenhall to Bury St. Edmunds. Then a train to Peterborough and then to Edinburgh, Scotland!! Will take lots of photos!! I came up here a day earlier than my sister so i made a friend to do a pub crawl with!! Australian of course.....they are everywhere! lol! Cheers from Scotland! :)
Friday - Banbury
miles - 5.5
locks - 4
Moored for the night near bridge 168 (which is good for Morrisons) outside some offices on the outskirts of Banbury and had an amazingly quiet night.
Saturday - Cropredy
miles - 5
locks - 4
I went into town early in the morning, which is the best time to visit a town I find. It is a really interesting place to walk around in. I really ...
... actual use. It's funny in comparison to today where cars / jewellery and brand label clothes can be used as a sign of wealth Audley end house and gardens -the mansion house was closed, but we got to explore the grounds and the servants quarters. One lady had 20 servants working for her in the house. The English heritage co, had staff dressed up as maids wondering the quarters and performing chores as ...