The Dragon Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... smile. We did it...and it was GREAT!
Pol rode the first 2 hours and found the motorways to be a common sense affair; 3 lanes - Left = slow lane, middle = medium speed land and right lane = fast lane - AND everyone figured this out and drove accordingly.
Overtaking on the right only and courteous drivers made the journey relaxed - AND everyone one the road seemed to know their place and which lane to use - COURTEOUSLY. Merges were smooth and uneventful...a ...
... Marco her husband is away sadly so we won't meet him. She made us a cuppa and some cake. Lovely welcome. After we unpacked we went back outside with cameras to capture the grounds. So nice. Sara has a lovely garden. There is a stream and quite extensive grounds. It has old pig sties and a large old red barn on the property as well. There are outdoor furniture settings in different places, under trees, by the stream. So ...
... a fantastic day, what a way to travel. It's like being a grey nomad in a caravan & travelling from town to town but less stressful. I think I would take this over a caravan any day. It is a pity we don't have the waterways in Australia like they do here.
Although as the name implies the boat is narrow, there are all the comforts. Their boat is only 48' long, so it is really only comfortable for two to sleep, with a double bed, a ...
... a footpath about a yard wide, protected by a railing, presumably once for horses but now for pedestrians. From here it was a gentle walk into Llangollen with good views of Trevor Rocks and Castell Dinas Bran (a hill with the remains of a castle on the top). The Squirrels B&B is about one mile off the route and so we will need to retrace our steps in the morning. Today was such a short day that we arrived at our accommodation relatively fresh ...
With the weather breaking last night, this was a cooler day coupled with the fact that Rob and I took a couple of tactical route decisions. Firstly Peter had agreed to join us for the first half of the day before he heads south to Pattingham. He is headed to Worcester and then Gloucester and Bath: in other words not heading as far west as us. As I noted in yesterday's blog, Peter enjoys road walking so, as Cadbury was hors de combat, I agreed ...