Ramada Hotel Telford/Ironbridge
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... 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 ...
... a train. A big farm tractor was pulling a single coach which could seat several dozen passengers, four abreast.
It was a slow ride up a steep hill and through a beautiful forest. And then we slowly rode down another steep hill back to the station.
It wasn't a guided tour or anything like that. The tractor driver simply drove, and we simply enjoyed looking at the trees. Occasionally we passed someone who had hiked up on foot from ...
Back in Christmas Day 2013 we opened our present from all the staff at work and to our surprise a wine tasting experience for two !!! Nine months later and we chose from various locations around the country the vineyard just outside Shrewsbury in Shropshire for one reason, we had never been to this part of the UK before !! After a morning at work we set off at 2 pm and took the tourist route, A59 to Skipton, through the dales and along ...
... 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 ...
... and sweated my way back up.
We went to a local pub for for lunch with Joan and Bertie. Joan is nearly 80 and full of life. She really enjoyed having jokes with Tom at my expense and bought him an enormous sundae for his dessert just to see if he could eat the whole thing (he could). She dropped us at the bus stop at the top of the hill so we could start the next leg of our Welsh experience. ...