The Down Inn
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- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Down Inn Bridgnorth
Travel Blogs from Bridgnorth
... to the door of the Holiday Inn turned out to be a quite different experience! Recent road closures meant that Bella's directions were somewhat out of date and, whilst we could sometimes even see our hotel, we could not find our way to it!
I guess the positive of all of this is that we did manage to see quite a bit of the city as we travelled around and around it! (although I would have much preferred ...
... campaigns, either political or social, which have no outcomes whatsoever apart from people venting there spleens (as I guess I’m doing now). It feels like we are becoming a society that abuses the freedom of speech. It was Descartes that once said ‘I may not believe in what you say but I will fight for the death for your right to say it’. I do applaud that point of view and can align myself to it somewhat. But, and there is a ...
... before we take the Ferry to the U.S. More on that later. So Ferries booked, B&b's booked. Money ordered and just to be sure we got ESTA's as well, we were all ready to go. We also decided to book a Travelodge at Knutsford on the Sunday night so no danger of getting stuck in traffic on the Monday going to the airport. All that needed doing was the suitcases packing and we would be ready to set off. It's official now, I'm ...
... her the mic, passing very close to me. Later we watched Carol doing a piece for Gardeners' World on Friday, but unfortunately I wasn't in the bit they showed. It was very interesting to see it being filmed, though. It took ages to do. We will keep the recording for ever now as I WAS THERE! Mr T bought some Cornish blue cheese and a stick loaf from the food show for our evening meal back at the lodge.
Set off early ...
... town of the River Severn and the surrounding countryside is nothing short of spectacular - total picture perfect postcard material. Stunning!
We parked our car on the lower side and made our way up to the upper side (bloody steep), where we stumbled upon the main street with a bustling market. We had an enjoyable stroll along the street, munched on a home made hamburger and bought a few of the wares that were on offer. We also ...