Lord Hill Hotel
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... part of the route before he knew there was at least one very arduous climb to come. in fact the last 4 miles appeared to include another 1000 feet of ascent (later supported y iPhone ). He did not tell Jo about this discovery. We battled on and reached our accommodation Shirley Heights at about 7 pm almost 11 hours after leaving Knighton. This was undoubtedly the longest and hardest Of our days so far. Shirley Heights is a modern bed and breakfast establishment run by ...
... br> Ian tells me we have some of his work friends from Belgium following our travels on this Blog. Feel free to make some comments everyone!
2 more sleeps in my own bed then, before I start having to share with one of The Chuckle Brothers. Must remember to pack my Chastity Belt!
I think we are all ready to go now. All looking forward to our Trip - it should be a good 10 days.
Our visit to Scotland has come to an end. This morning we packed up again and hit the road for a long drive back to Tenbury Wells. We are going to Tenbury to pick up some luggage we left behind when we went to Dublin. We were all excited about going back and seeing the farm again and were surprised by the changes over the last few weeks. The crops have grown bigger, the beautiful yellow rapeseed flower has gone however it is replaced by other pink and ...
... uneventful trip back, changing at Wolverhampton,
which looked most unprepossessing. When we arrived at the hotel, they were
frantically busy and understaffed so we had to wait around before they took us
up to our new room, which was one of the refurbished ones though we asked for a
not refurbished one. Sure ...
From Derbyshire, we hightailed it down into the beautiful hills of Shropshire, where we found another Park and Ride at Shrewsbury and headed into town. Shrewsbury reminded us a bit of Chester: it's a delightful mix of winding medieval streets and handsome half-timbered Tudor houses leaning at various angles, but with a lively town centre with a large pedestrian area full of shoppers, sightseers and buskers. We wandered ...