Premier Inn Hereford
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... match with the Morgan's old world charm and modern innards.
Had a fabulous drive through Greet, Didbrook, Toddington, Teddington, Temple Guiting, Hawking, Charlton Kings and Notgrove, before heading back to Malvern. The Malverns is a location west of Worcester and contains the towns Malvern, Little Malvern, Great Malvern and includes quite a high range of hills that form part of the border between Herefordshire and ...
After an energizing walk around Tenby, back to the pub for a full Welsh brekky. Sue had a gallon of baked beans; bring on the car trip. We got going along the south coast heading east towards the famous Welsh Rugby towns of Llanneli, Swansea, Bridgend, Neath and Pontypridd. Sue's mum was born near Pontypridd in the Rhondda Valley, so we will go there as well.
Stopped at the Scarlets Rugby ground in Llannelli. When professional Rugby took over in Wales, some of ...
... days were spent at Berrington Hall where we saw some nice Jane Austen TV / film costumes.
And of course Hay on Wye where we've spent many happy hours in the book shops, for which it's famed, and Oscar's cafe which has the best German apple cake ever-- mostly apple so really good for you!
After a week in Dorstone we moved 5 km north to Holly Bush Cottage in Bredwarine where we are cat sitting for our friends from Singapore days, Kari and David ...
... we went and got Breakfast. We then went to a market and I didn't buy any thing but the whole time I wanted to go to a shop called GAME and I got all of 5 seconds to look in there we then had a Pub lunch and I got Nachos. We then went home and got ready for the wedding and I almost forgot that this was the whole reason we came over here I looked like and idiot in my clothes and I wanted to ...
... pointed out where Snow White and the Huntsmen was filmed which is now on our list to see. The next morning we visited a lady named Alison and her husband Gerald who knew alot about the Talbenny (meaning "top of the hill") airfield where my grandfather crashed in 1943. Gerald came with us and pointed out various buildings, the old runway and the very spot where my grandfather crashed as his family owned the land at that time. It was a most surreal feeling.