Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel And Spa
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I have been waiting for this week for 6 months! Finally I am off on my adventure on Friday! Eeeekkkk! I am going to work on the P&O Azura, which during the summer months travels around a lot of Europe. After a very full and fun last weekend in Manchester, I am kind of all sorted and just awaiting my lift to Southampton! First stop to see my grandparents in Devon ...
... of Aragon for a few months until his death. It was on the death of Prince Arthur that King Henry was the new heir to the throne.
During our walk Nathan found where the local Rotary Club meets so he will hopefully be able to fit in a meeting or two while we are in the area.
We did not get a chance to explore all the sights of Ludlow this afternoon or visit the Castle so we will make sure we come back and have a proper visit. ...
... where had had an excellent meal during the mission. One again the food was wonderful and the service good. Definitely one to be recommended.
6 locks, 5 miles
Wed 14th Aug
Sunny to start. A boat came past at 4.30am, waking everyone up. Thankfully we went back to sleep and didn’t wake again until after 8.30.
Hazel was still in bed and the kettle hadn’t yet boiled when David and Brenda Gooding arrived on Shammah. We ...
A the time of uploading this entry, we've had 731 visits by you guys. A big thank you to you all from both of us. We've enjoyed relating our experiences and it's nice to know that we've not been wasting our time.....
Final day's thoughts and observations from both of us!
I identified the tree - Indian Flame Tree - and as you can see it's stunning!
The Chinese fishing nets are non-functioning today - Phil was keen to video the cantilever action - must be ...
... just south of Norbury Junction, was the source of endless grief and expense to the Birmingham and Liverpool Junction Canal Company in general and to Thomas Telford (engineer) in particular. It was an enormous task anyway to shift the millions of cubic feet of earth to build the bank; but while the contractors struggled to complete it, the bank slipped and collapsed time and time again. By early 1834, Shelmore Embankment ...