Premier Inn Chester East
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... century English paintings, and some amazing Wedgwood and Chinese ceramics, we had a look at the church and a walk through the gardens, the roses still blooming - and even scented! And then of course a sit down and drink at the pub. We still had time for a last walk along the cycle track, and a last delicious dinner with Omnia. And even caught a new New Tricks episode!! Now off to bed and ready for new adventure ...
... of years, have been turning it into a Summer residence. With the changeover to the Motorhome, we were able to make a major contribution to the home improvements to The Black Shed (as it is called) and in the future, Dave & Biddi will be able to enjoy having a shower courtesy of an immersion-pump shower that we no longer needed!
Whilst in Whitby, Dave & Biddi had arranged accommodation for us in the old part of Whitby and we were staying in ...
... 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 ...
... tour of the gardens which were wonderful.
Wednesday 16th July - Bollington
Sue & Ken took us to Styal Quarry Bank Mill, where we had lunch & walked around the gardens, which are being restored. They are above & on the side of a, steep cliff above the millstream. In the evening we took them out to dinner in Wilmslow before returning to ...
... through mountains and under the river, leaves Australia for dead with the infrastructure. Andrew put his feet in the Irish Sea just for the sake of it, the only one on the beach silly enough.
We need coffee so drive to Bangor on roads only wide enough for one car but they are two way and end up facing down a long street onto the mall that you cannot get access to. A few choice words were exchanged, with the car sat nav! I jump out of ...