Maesmawr Hall Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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My family dropped me off at my boyfriend Elliot's house on Thursday 29th in Shrewsbury. I said goodbye to them and they left to go up to Manchester and fly out. It was really nice to spend some quality time with Els and I got to really meet his family. I had briefly met them the day everybody moved in, but now I got the chance to sit down and talk to them. They are very sweet and easy to get along with people. His little sister reminds me quite a ...
... disabled guests) and another adjoined room with two single beds, Such luxury!!
For tea we went for a walk around the corner and found a kebab shop. Tristan and Keely ordered a pizza, the rest of us had a chicken kebab each. Interesting arrangement with the kebab - about four chickens stuffed into a piece of pita bread with sauce dolloped on top and some lettuce and tomato thrown on the side in a takeaway container. It was nice to eat even if it lost points on presentation.
... 2.50 was put into the prize pot, and £2.50 in the charity pot.
Today, the numbered labels were attached to the balloons and filled with helium. The labels all have contact details for ShuSh on them and ask anyone who finds them to make contact with Simon. They will inform Simon of where they found the balloon and be asked to provide a photograph to ...
... British Parliment in 1650, remnants are still to be found.About an hours drive from Llansantfraid saw us arrive in the village ( see I'm learning ) of Chester, surrounded by large walls. With its' enormous Cathedral which is a spectacle all on its own, to lovely old buildings and shops built directly into the rock, many hours were spent. We walked the walls and spent time in the Cathedral, it was hard for Angela to put down her camera as everywhere she looked ...
... led eventually to the Shropshire Way and down the Jack Mytton Way. This involved some path scrambling and a rather nice waterfall. Steepish scrambles downhill with a dog attached to you are mildly suicidal.
The path levelled out and we walked back into civillization. It's amazing how many people you don't see on the hills; people that just walk a few yards from the car, look at the waterfall and then go back home.