The Inn at Grinshill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to what we're used to....
The 700 handled well. Ros made sure of that on her part of the leg to Shrewsbury.
Dawnie (ros's aunt) lives in a beautiful country cottage. (We are staying here for tonight before leaving for Chelsea tomorrow).
The afternoon was spent mainly at TK MAX (thanks to Ros) and a quick tour around Shrewsbury with many beautiful Tudor black and white buildings with walkways built specifically to protect one from getting showered with ...
So I had a brief meeting in chester but I had some pictures I thought I would upload! Chester is a prettying amazing little gem in the corner of England. I would recommend all to go for a weekend trip. Whether it is to so the walls, the zoo, or just to wander around its charming wee streets. I do love it there. All the sunshine does help ...
... ceilings and wooden beams. So nice. We decided to eat outside as it was so nice. We called in to see a stately home on the way to Ludlow, but it was so expensive. Just not worth it. Still plenty of them to come in our travels. Arrived at our B&B just out of Ministerly about 3.30. Absolutely fantastic, as we opened the farm gate to come in to the grounds, two lovely dogs bounded up to meet us, closely followed by Sara our ...
And so to our last morning. I had mostly packed the car the previous evening and discovered that we still had room for some last minute shopping for wine. So after breakfast we said our farewells to Lorna and Pete and headed north. We stopped off at Leclerc at Barbezieux and purchase some wine and topped up with fuel, 92p a litre for diesel! By now it was midday and we joined e N10 and drove north towards Caen. We had decided to just go for it ...
... hit 20 off 7 balls! After 10 overs scoring at a run a ball, the Cannock XI looked to be right in the game. But our reliable bowling attack began to pick up wickets regularly putting pressure on the home side.
I was keeping wickets today although it had originally been pencilled in as Peter's day. However, as he had pinched my spot yesterday, he was banished to the outfield. I took a good low catch as Col enticed a bottom edge. Then, as the required ...