Rowton Castle

Shrewsbury, Halfway House, Shropshire, England, SY5 9EP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Halfway House

Pontcysyllte and Chirk Aqueducts

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie

23

... and it crosses over the River Dee. The Chirk Aqueduct is just as impressive, at one end you're in Wales and at the other end you're in England. We can't decide whether this means you're in no-mans land when you're on the aqueduct itself. We also visited the Grindley Staircase, a series of three locks that the narrowboats go through ...

Kickin' back at Uncle David and Aunty Dawn's

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie

20

... day here today. It is cool in the breeze, but when you're sheltered it is quite warm! We went for a walk along the Llanymynech Heights today, when you look to the west you see Wales and when you look to the east you see the Shropshire Plains in England. It's a funny place, because it is on the border of Wales and ...

" We're all going on a Summer Holiday !!! "

A travel blog entry by waynesamtan

... and maybe a certain level of stupidity ! ) that led him to believe that it was not only possible, but completely normal to buy an old bus, get all your mates to help do it up and then go off travelling around Europe.

O.K. it has taken nearly 50 years until we have eventually got a campervan and are off on our European travels (following in Cliff's footprints ! ), but the ...

We've arrived

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

2

... head to Windsor Castle. Wow, it's magnificent. Started in 1080 by William the Conqueror and added to by various Kings and Queens it is the oldest continually inhabited castle in the world. Dinner of fish and chips in the pub beneath our room with a folk singer. Now I know I'm in England and I'm loving ...

Renewing Energies and Discovering Powers

A travel blog entry by faithmarie

3

... me discover my connections with the energies around me and my power of fire (as I would like to believe because everytime I put my hand over the bonfire, it burns slightly brighter). We were all made to blow our worries and wishes into pieces of wood which was then fed to the bonfire. I felt lighter and more relieved after the activities that night and slept well, saving up energies needed for an early travel back to London the next day.
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