The Feathers at Ludlow
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... seeing this around the corner!! Amazing
Our hotel tonight was in a little ways outside Usk, Wales. Beautiful setting in the hills, with a little creek through the property, Dinner was Roast beef with Yorkshire Pudding and roasted veggies and fruit salad, The hotel was Ramada Cwrt Bleddyn Hotel and Spa.
Tommorow we are off on our way to Tenby with stops along the way at Caerphilly Castle and Castell ...
... as one walks down narrow alley ways - historically speaking.
We really enjoyed spending time with Dawnie - our chauffeur, fashion advisor, tour guide and general advice counselor. Thank you Dawnie!
Trip went smooth and luggage taken with us in our 3 panniers so far has been sufficient as we sit here writing this entry after dinner (chicken and salad...thank you Dawnie!). So far so good for the Europe trip. We are both looking forward to the challenges that lie ahead.
... independent retail opportunities as well the chance to follow the Elgar Trail, walk along the River Severn or you can spend time finding out about the famous Worcester porcelain. There is plenty to do in and around the city. So a weekend in 'Wonderful Worcester' would be well worth considering and maybe combine that with a trip out into the nearby Malvern Hills or indeed the Cotswolds as it is all easily ...
... 20min away from the cottage and is larger than Tenbury Wells, however not as big as the nearby cities of Kidderminster and Worcester. We were very surprised by the beauty of this town, which is dominated by its beautiful large Cathedral that dates back to 1224 as well as the famous Ludlow Castle that was built as a fortress to defend England from the Welsh. The Castle is famous for housing King Henry VIII's brother Arthur and his new ...
... and through Mortimer Forest and I remember drinking in the many pubs, but especially The Bull and the Rose and Crown (Ludlow had 27 pubs when I was a kid for 7000 people). I remember going swimming 3 nights a week, judo on a Thursday and hockey or rounders at the weekend. I remember heaps of good times.
The last couple of days, we have taken my father out for coffee and cakes. Now 87, still independent and ...