Ramada Hotel Telford/Ironbridge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Adjoining Rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... do I want to explore? After all, there is nothing there apart from Uluru (Ayres rock) and Alice Springs (the geographical centre of Australia). Having looked at the logistics of riding to Uluru and Alice Springs which is typically five days, I decided that I didn’t want to carry five days worth of fuel, food and water, but more importantly I didn’t want to wild camp with snakes, spiders and Dingos… So I’ll let the train take ...
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... at Gabriel, we demonstrated our pram hood to the people on Hermes who had an earlier design. Then, as they were about to leave to go down the locks, another boat arrived and waited for their mooring place while a white plastic cruiser came up and passed between them in the very narrow canal.
Ten minutes later, we left to explore the Staffs and Worcester Canal. James hadn’t got his map out and as he went towards Mitton Chapel Bridge, was unprepared for ...
Back on the road again, we were waiting for the bus to Telford when a British woman stopped and asked for directions (little did she know that there is possibly nobody over the age of 5 in all of Wales who knows less than we!). However, we did have a rudimentary map, so she invited to go with her.
I sat in front with Joan and my little map while Thomas got in back with Bertie, a middle-aged ...