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TripAdvisor Reviews Rowton Castle Halfway House
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... to what we're used to....
The 700 handled well. Ros made sure of that on her part of the leg to Shrewsbury.
Dawnie (ros's aunt) lives in a beautiful country cottage. (We are staying here for tonight before leaving for Chelsea tomorrow).
The afternoon was spent mainly at TK MAX (thanks to Ros) and a quick tour around Shrewsbury with many beautiful Tudor black and white buildings with walkways built specifically to protect one from getting showered with ...
... managed to get David to take a book and go and sit outside in the sun. Both of us dozed, then the wind came up a bit and we moved. About 6 we took ourselves off to get a meal. After some to-ing and fro-ing we found a pub. Had nice meal, broccoli and Stilton cheese soup followed by sirloin steak. Back 'home' before 8. Watched TV and headed to bed pretty early. Not too long to get to Liverpool tomorrow and we don't have to rush ...
... amp; Lloyd pulling the ropes to keep the boat straight.
Maggie was livid as we should have had right of way & was all set to speak to them when the lady in the other boat handed her a bottle of red wine when she passed us & apologised for the inconvenience.
Once we finally got through again we cruised back to where we were picked up. It was after 6.30pm, we couldn't believe where the day had gone, we had all had such a wonderful ...
... from the light rain which was now falling. After the forest we arrived at Llandegla itself where a couple just married emerged from the church as it began to rain. For photographs they had to cross the busy main road and stand in front of a barn - different! The rain continued for the next 6 miles (about 4 hours at current pace as we made our way through the mountains to our destination Clwyd Gate. ...
... that are being drilled into a fumigant crop and one that was up. We also looked at his new bio digester that being built, out laying £1.8 mill to build and should generate £400,000 of power, not sure of the cost to run but has pig waste to digest too. Overall very impressed with the operation and was a good visit. Lunch today was at a pub near Newport, quite relaxed and we could sit outside and enjoy the views. ...