Premier Inn Ross-On-Wye Hotel
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... be keeping tabs on all the surfies who they apparently let traipse through their property every day, opening and closing the gate for them at 6.30 am and pm, checking their private beach a few times a day to make sure they don't get up to mischief and that they go home...
It all seemed a bit of a pain especially the 6.30 in the morning bit. And especially when it was all for the benefit, it seemed, of a motley group of surfies!
Then they dropped a ...
... shuttle bus.
Tenerife became officially Spanish on Christmas Day, 1494 after the local rulers were deposed of by the conquestors a few weeks earlier. The main island is about 430 miles long, hosts a volcano, has a pleasant climate and proved to be a good stopping off place for the Spanish before heading off to rape South America. A lot of the locals here also shared the same fun of dying ...
... a cobblestoned narrow alleyway to the High Street where 17th and 18th century houses and shops front the cobblestone street. We spend a fair bit of time exploring the many shops, spend far too much time in the lolly shops and Noel manages to buy a jumper even though we had gone into the shop to look at a jacket for me.
Next it was off to Bourton-on-Water in Gloucestershire. You can't go to the Cotswolds without visiting here. Three years ago we stayed ...
... and greeted us there, I reckon this was Chezs way of making sure I didn't cry. Wow they both look amazing, so relaxed and beautiful. The COJ Cottage is gorgeous, low ceilings, beams, lots of history. We settled in for a chat then went on a little drive, up to a lookout overlooking they countryside..... Gorgeous, but so windy, nearly knocked me over, so it must have been. The country ...
... by about 2.30. Then the cycling started, no one was interested in setting the early pace, then the leisurely lunch, further delayed by the rain and photo opportunities all meant that we finally arrived about 2 hours later than we had targeted. Tomorrow we will tell everyone there is a 100 miles to do with lots of hills........... James : It's not often you come across a world famous Pork Pie Shop. It doesn't help when you come across said pork pie shop early in ...