Llechwen Hall Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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All packed and ready to go by 11.00 a still left a little late. No trouble on the roads and swift service for lunch in the pub so arrived in good time at the parking. Good service as usual and through check in without issue. No question about the skis, boots or hand bags. Bumped into Jim Humphries in the check in queue, pleased they are not headed to our resort - the sauna could have been ...
... Hong Kong had got a mention about how the markets had been in a total state of confusion when the news had broke. It had made the front page........
So there we have it folks...a quick trip down memory lane.....and it still makes me break out in a cold sweat. As for the markets these days, I'm more concerned with potting up my fruit & vegetable plants to sell at the local Farmers Market. Funnily enough it's a lot less stressful.
... my first WOD was. I told him "Great!" But then explained I was now walking home as the bus hadn't arrived. Thankfully (seriously I am so lucky) he contacted the other coach that was working who offered to give me a drive home. So I called him (Luke was his name) and he told me to stay put, that he'd come pick me up - all I had to do was send my location via Whatsapp (since I had no sweet clue where I was). So, how hard can that be, right?! Wrong. I ...
... this is the largest tide range in Europe and second largest in the world! That was just about the end of our day's interesting walking! Much of the rest of the day was spent walking on cycle paths through the industrial parks and outskirts of Bristol and Avonmouth or alternatively in quite pretty lanes alongside the M5!! We have now left that behind and have reached Yatton. Tomorrow we head out over the (now dry ?) Somerset ...
... a really bad 4WD track after we were commited to going that way. It got worse as we went, and ended up being un- rideable rubble and bog puddles. We ended up next to a scrap yard in the mud, trying to shelter from a rain squall under an inadequate tree with only 3 branches. The sign at the other end of the ****** track cheerfully pointed us up another track following a busy road, and then all signage totally disappeared. A Welsh taxi driver helpfully stopped and ...