Plas Hafod Hotel
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... entirely owned and very few, if any, still rented to employees. William became an art collector - at first to find paintings suitable for advertising soap. In the Gallery was the Bubbles painting that as a child I remember advertising Pears soap. Pears was a rival, but was taken over by Lever brothers about 1915. So William (later Lord Leverhulme) built the art gallery and named it for his wife, and built a ...
... where we get a chance to pull a pint behind the bar. The pub is so much smaller than it looks on screen and when you go through the toilet door you end up in Tyrone’s kitchen!
Then it was on to the Street itself which was quite surreal……it is all so familiar. It’s also impressive that it’s not 'fake’ but all made with bricks and mortar and those cobbles are really hard to walk on! ...
... pumps, all sorts of steam-powered stuff
As mentioned in our previous blog, we have bought a Motorhome. Whilst we were in Whitby, we were trying to arrange insurance for said Motorhome. We were amazed at how difficult it was – we were British residents; we didn’t have any experience with driving a Motorhome; we didn’t have a UK driver’s licence; the list seemed endless. Anyway, after making a quick phone call back home ...
... love You. ( that song bounced around in our heads for several hours! )
The Beatles Story, at Albert Dock, was amazing & to top it all off: The Magical Mystery Tour! It took us all around Liverpool showing where the guys had lived & played & started performing. That evening we headed down to The Cavern for a drink & a bit of musical reminiscing .
What a great city! What a fun time!! YEAH YEAH ...
... of an extremely rare, moated, 16th century, half timbered manor house virtually untouched since. It looked as if it was a film set but it is totally real. We had a great tour of the building & were very impressed with the place.
Our next stop was Haughmond Abbey, a ruined Augustinian abbey near Shrewsbury, another casualty of the dissolution of the ...