Maesmawr Hall Hotel
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 20min away from the cottage and is larger than Tenbury Wells, however not as big as the nearby cities of Kidderminster and Worcester. We were very surprised by the beauty of this town, which is dominated by its beautiful large Cathedral that dates back to 1224 as well as the famous Ludlow Castle that was built as a fortress to defend England from the Welsh. The Castle is famous for housing King Henry VIII's brother Arthur and his new ...
... Well that was unfortunate" I said to myself. Now stuck miles away from home, I could only wait for the engine to cool down and see what happened. Under different circumstances I'd have tried to get a truck to pick up the bike but was pretty much stuck, no phone. British engineering of the 1970's being what it was, allowed me to start the bike back up and crawl home. The engine had seized on the crank but after cooling down it still ...
... Jessie, they are only a year apart. On Friday I caught the train into Watford on the outskirts of London were I met a few of my international friends. We had booked tickets to the Harry Potter Studio Tour months ago. The tour was very cool. It had a lot of props and sets from the movies including the Great Hall, Gryfindor bedroom and common room as well as costumes, props and interesting information. Out in the backlot they had 4 Privet Drive, ...
... sheep, we went under 4 stone arch bridges, over one viaduct and stopped at 6 stations. Sometimes we picked up or dropped off passengers who went for walks into the hills. We even had a 20 stop at the penultimate station for refreshments - Jessamy and Keely had an icecream (unbelieveable), the rest of us had a hot drink (much smarter).
After the train ride it was only 5PM but getting quite dark, It was a fairly "hairy" drive for another hour over to Aberystwyth. Narrow ...
For the last few months, I have been working with Simon Haydon, a colleague of mine who runs an events company (ShuSh Events) to organise a fundraising event in relation to my upcoming voluntary trip. We decided upon a 'Balloon Race'.
Simon and I bought 100 balloons, numbered them and sold each one for £5.00. From each ...