Parlors Hall Hotel
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... and a vineyard or two in Napier. Continuing south we will head to the capital of Wellington for a few wet and windy days. From there we will make our way to Picton where we jump on the ferry to the South Island. Our guess is that will take us around 2-3 weeks, I did say the plan was vague. On the South Island we will visit more vineyards on the way through Kaikoira. We'll then pass through Christchurch and head ...
... still hot day. At 10:30 Martin the vineyard owner appeared and we had an hours talk about the history of the area, Wroxeter roman town , the history of his vineyard and how to plant and grow vines !!! This was followed by a wine tasting of 5 of his wines and then lunch... His witty banter with lots of stories kept us amused for the 3 1/2 hours we were there. Lunch was great, a home made chicken and ham pie with new potatoes, salad ...
... to admire Yr Wyddfa Snowdon, a peak popular with hikers who can climb to its 3,559 foot summit in less than three hours. At least, that’s what one young woman told us as we gazed at the mountain from a parking spot across the valley. Alan said he’s done it several times, but it took him a bit longer than that.
Then it was back to the car and on to Shrewsbury.
We crossed the border from Wales back to England with no ...
... Uni she is desperately trying to pack her life (and all the items needed to self cater) into boxes !!! First test tonight Helen, make your own tea !! A quick wander around the town centre and what a beautiful place this is - a collection of old churches and old buildings - complete with castle ... Evening meal and we decided to eat at our hotel. We were shown the main dining hall which was a cross between the great hall at Harry ...
... Town Hall a visit. A tudor style building that is positioned smack bang in the middle of the street, where you can actually drive under it. The building was erected in the mid 17th century and was originally an assizes, where convicted criminals met their fate.
After our stroll in the main street we explored the quirky side streets and shops and paid the St Leonards Church a visit. A very lovely old church, originally situated in ...