Telford White House Hotel
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... jacket potatoes, garlic bread, burgers, pretzels stuffed with all sorts of fillings, both sweet and savoury and the hot roasted chestnuts.
There were craft stalls with things made from wire, keyrings, knitted goods, reindeer skins, things for the garden, soaps in the shape of fruit. We stopped for drinks at the top end by the museum and then headed through the small shopping arcade and looked at the food ...
... we got there the friendly staff organised us a taxi and within minutes we were on our way. Our taxi driver met us at the door, his name was Gary, a local his whole life and former local bouncer. He told us about other famous Ausies that have graced the shores of Brighton, Cate Blanchett even owning a home here at one point. His crown jewel of stories was when he advised us all about the infamous Nick Cave and his antics with a Brighton Speed camera and the fact he ...
... ornamental trees bearing berries. They really like Rowan/sorbus/Mountain Ash and these trees are often used to make supermarket car parks and similar places less grim and off-putting - so this is where you might find them.
Today's Waxwings were almost against the form, being in a pleasant enough residential area a couple of miles from Wolverhampton city centre. They weren't hard to find because there was an ornamental Rowan absolutely dripping with pink ...
... did use his indicators! Never experienced such chaotic driving - definitely not the AC causing a dry mouth!
We met a French woman who is working as a volunteer teacher in a Carmelite orphanage - we've never seen so many schools and the children wear the most stunning uniforms - 100% literacy in Kerala - and incidentally great internet connectivity - always full coverage - not like Anglesey!
Having survived four weeks (almost) without any "toilet issues", Phil ...
... I returned I had to walk past the other birder and he said that he had a Little Auk in his ‘scope so I put the coffee cups down and had a look. It was much closer in than the one we’d seen earlier in the month. Fortunately Julie got onto as well.
We continued to watch for another hour, noting lots more birds including several more Arctic Skuas but we’d only paid for 2 hours parking, having other ideas about how to spend the rest of the day. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility