The Old Rectory

Hopesay, Shropshire, England, SY7 8HD, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

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Flattest but longest day!

A travel blog entry by ashbysontour

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... Manchester . 10miles later we were out in rolling countryside. We were on a roll and cycled 25miles in one and a half hours. We stopped for a coffee as it just started pouring with rain in a pub that wouldn't serve us until 12. After that we pushed on till lunch. At the end of the day we had a serious hill climb. After that we dropped down to Ironbridge which was delightful . After a few photos we checked into a charming ...

The Life of Riley

A travel blog entry by penguinchris

... he regretted this action but these things live long in the memory and we were expecting petulance and self-regard. What we actually got was an entertaining half-hour of competent punk-pop sings delivered in an engaging way and without too much chatter between the tunes.

The Lightning Seeds started bang-on time with one of their better known tunes and most of the set was familiar, with “Change”, “The Life of ...

From Rita to Ripsaw

A travel blog entry by afromont

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... wooded gully took us to the "most intense ride" the Nemesis - a total scream-fest for me. This was followed by "Air" where you hang face down from your seat, and finally the surprisingly violent 'RipSaw'.

We headed home, fairly exhausted, having had a great day. After a light dinner, and a dose of Whisky and Ginger liqueur (and not just for me), we watched some of the Wimbledon final, recorded from earlier and went to bed.
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Shropshire via Shakespear

A travel blog entry by afromont

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... cricket nets. The Morris children, Guy, Frank and Izzy had just arrived home from their various boarding schools at the start of a seven week summer holiday, so despite being very tired, they were the greated hosts and they all had fun. After a lovely roast dinner, we talked about tomorrow, and decided we would all go to Alton Towers together for a fun day out on Joanna's birthday (not her first choice but we all agreed it was preferable to staying home and doing the ...

Shrewsbury

A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423

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... a bit suspicious—it had no “painter” (rope) attached anywhere, no oars, and a motor was fixed to the stern. Another passer by stopped and called the authorities. She was concerned because a number of people have fallen into the river and died after having one too many in the pubs. Two young officers arrived and seemed to have things under control.

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Location

This hotel, located in Hopesay, is near Stokesay Castle, Secret Hills, Secret Hills Discovery Centre, and Wernlas Collection.
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