Mellington Hall Hotel
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... with the [3months pregnant] hotel receptionist - we're not sure quite why but time will tell! (No photos of all the waiters who served me (Phil) so well. Didn't want to encourage them in case their intentions were less than honest......)
After our initial tuk tuk tour around Kochi, every time we ran into Nishad the tuk tuk driver, we appeared to be seeking Kingfisher. He had already told us that being a Muslim, he didn't drink and that it was "injurious to health"! Phil ...
Gracia, Sant Roc, Sants, Santa Tecla, La Merce – apparently 5 Catalan festivals weren't enough for us this year. We usually go away for my birthday for a few days and this year Julie found a Festa Major in the small town of Altafulla, on the coast just north east of Tarragona with castellers on my birth date. A chance to see a new part of Catalunya and do some birding too. Read ...
... rained at all whilst we were in the car and we noted a surprising number of Blackbirds as we drove across the 'top’ of Norfolk. They seemed to be everywhere.
Sheringham was chosen because it offers the possibility of sea watching with a modicum of comfort, because there is a shelter with seating on three sides, meaning that it is possible to get out of the worst of the wind whilst retaining some kind of view of the sea. I found a parking spot in the ...
I used to live in the new town built around Madeley, a Victorian mining village. Now the old-fashioned shops are replaced by a lifeless supermarket.
We went to a performance of Much to Do About Wenlock, an entertaining play loosely based on the founding of the modern Olympiad by a local doctor, concerned about his patients' health.
Afterwards, our young friend tried on some of the masks used in the performance in neighbouring Oakengates.
... to Watling Street - an ancient British track which was paved by the Romans. In Wroxeter, there are remains of a villa, baths and central heating systems. When the Romans left, Watling Street was left in disrepair until re-paved in the early 19th century.
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- Wheelchair accessibility