Parlors Hall Hotel
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... told about it by a lovely lady who is a member of the Church. She was particularly pleased to speak to us about it and insisted that we sign their visitors book. It is truly a picturesque town, typical of so many in England.
Feeling refreshed, we set our sights on Birmingham. Our ever trusty GPS system (aka Bella) delivered us to the city easily enough - it is, after all, a very big city. However, ...
... The next dilemma was: shall I rent my house out or not? Financially it made absolute sense to rent my house. I contacted an estate agent and they informed me of what was involved , I had rented a couple of houses out in the past when I had to move for my job so there were no surprises in what was said. The rental was £1250 pcm which would come in very handy whilst I was away. The problem is, I love my house. It is the house of my dreams and I ...
... before we take the Ferry to the U.S. More on that later. So Ferries booked, B&b's booked. Money ordered and just to be sure we got ESTA's as well, we were all ready to go. We also decided to book a Travelodge at Knutsford on the Sunday night so no danger of getting stuck in traffic on the Monday going to the airport. All that needed doing was the suitcases packing and we would be ready to set off. It's official now, I'm ...
... of Sir Thomas Wolryche. Wolryche built Dudmaston in 1697 as his base for his forestry, which is still a main source of employment in the area. While waiting for the Hall to open we had a pleasant lunch in the sun followed by a game of chess with a large open-air chessboard.
Upon entering Dudmaston Hall once it had been opened, we could immediately tell that it was still lived in by the riding boots near ...
... to catch the Nadal/Kyrgios match and was not disappointed.
Wednesday - moored at Hopwood
Set off early this morning as we had a relatively long journey to make. Not long as in length but in time. Much of the route is lined with moored boats and we are required to go past them with the engine in tick over. The last 5 miles or so was through the residential outskirts of Birmingham, forming a ...