Sweeney Hall Hotel
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... between the locks sometimes, when the locks are fairly close together walking between them.
Then there's the 'foraging' of course. There are mountains of blackberries growing along the banks and the hedgerows, so we have some of those sometimes, or buy eggs from a canal side farm. Or do the grocery shopping. Or find a pub for tea. We've had some very nice meals at some lovely old pubs.
... br> I might have got around to going to check in the pub (we’d only just gone out
of it) when a man came out and called to us with it in his hand! Thank goodness
I haven’t lost that. It had our passports in it! Doh!
Chester is an ancient walled city in North West England. It
is on the River Dee (the one that goes under that fantastic aqueduct we did
last time (see previous blog). It is heaps wider here. Chester is sort of in ...
... a narrow spiral staircase to the bell ringing chamber, peered down on the 14th century quire stalls and Victorian organ. From the top I got a photo of the wedding having refreshments in the private courtyard garden.
Got back onto the hop-on bus and went to the River Dee for a 1/2 boat cruise on the 'Lady Diana' then walked back through Grosvenor Park, seeing small squirrels scampering about, to the hotel. Reckon I had filled my day in fairly well. ...
... food. and drinks included. WiFi, which has been slow and ordinary a lot of times, was great and I was able to catch up on my blog, as well as keeping an eye on the scenery, mostly rural.
Arrived 3 1\2 hours later then checked in at the Westminster Hotel which is only a few minutes walk from the railway station. Went and stretched my legs for a while.
(Hotel has a problem with Internet provider tonight.)
... 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 ...