The Commercial Bar & Hotel
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Well our last full day here turned out to be quite special. Omnia still had leave from work so was able again to chauffeur us to yet another excursion! This time it was to see the Lady Lever Art Gallery, which is at Port Sunlight. This meant nothing to me, but sounded good....well, to start with Port Sunlight (think Sunlight soap) is just beautiful - it is a model garden village and conserved as a heritage site. It ...
... br> And finally to Chirk Castle, which is another of the castles built at the order of Edward I, but it is the only castle that is still in one piece and occupied as a residence. The rooms are amazing, the below-stairs displays were stunning (boy, am I glad that I wasn’t alive then) and the gardens were gorgeous – and we were blessed with glorious weather for our visit so we enjoyed walking around the gardens in lovely warm sunshine. And, yes it ...
... Dave the doorman . He happily lifted my suitcase out of the car for me. I could have kissed him.
We ate breakfast with the stars... Well one old one anyway. This old guy at our next table was signing autographs so we sent Robbie to investigate. Turned out to be Chris Montez. He had been performing at the Beatles Festival...thanks Mr Google for helping us find out what he was famous for.... The More I See You.... The ...
... of an extremely rare, moated, 16th century, half timbered manor house virtually untouched since. It looked as if it was a film set but it is totally real. We had a great tour of the building & were very impressed with the place.
Our next stop was Haughmond Abbey, a ruined Augustinian abbey near Shrewsbury, another casualty of the dissolution of the ...
... Spanish!!!), walked around, chatted some more and eventually bid her farewell as she headed onwards to commence her real journey. London had just been a stopover as she was making her to France to meet her best friend. Their goal was to accomplish an amazing challenge – el camino de Santiago – an 800km journey from the Pyrenees in South of France to Santiago de Compostela in Spain on foot which people do for religious reasons, for self-discovery, for endurance, to conquer ...