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Friendly welcome, large comfortable room and good services - recommended
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... s quite hard following the sat Nav when it's telling you to go right, but you have to go left to exit first. I found the gatehouse easily enough though. The nearest town is called Market Bosworth, which is a gorgeous old town, with only local stores. There is a market there tomorrow so I'm going to go get my food from there. I just went to the next town called Hinckley to ASDA supermarket to get dinner for ...
... children, and Adam has to exchange the Porsche for a more family friendly car, we thought we should take the Boxster on a road trip. We decided we would like to spend our first anniversary in Lake Como and have planned our Europe road trip around this. The trip will take just over two weeks and we will visit Belguim, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Austria and The ...
Yet another glorious sunny warm morning. Special treat as it is our last morning before having to go to the airport - went to Sharon's for a wonderful breakfast of eggs, hash browns corned beef hash and toast, with endless mugs of lovely coffee. the diet ...
... being in the middle of the city.
Last week we spent four days in Market Drayton and while there, met up with Larkin (an ex colleague of Bryan's) and Tony who we discovered live quite close to Chirk. So next time we pop into Wales we might meet up with them again. Market Drayton marks the northern extent of our travels this year.
For the last twelve days the weather has been really strange - lots of heavy cloud threatening rain but rarely any rainfall ...
... on a bridge, watching us. It turned out that they were all boaters who moor on the Tat Bank Branch. They said there was room at the end of the line of boats for us. That was good news!
At the top lock there is an old pumping station, the headquarters of the BCN Society. We continued as far as we could along the top level, which is the highest navigable part of the BCN. We passed an old maltings which had apparently been restored and then subsequently burned ...