The Tontine Hotel
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... told about it by a lovely lady who is a member of the Church. She was particularly pleased to speak to us about it and insisted that we sign their visitors book. It is truly a picturesque town, typical of so many in England.
Feeling refreshed, we set our sights on Birmingham. Our ever trusty GPS system (aka Bella) delivered us to the city easily enough - it is, after all, a very big city. However, ...
... as possible while I’m buzzing around Australia and the USA. Ashleigh also suggested that we work our way around Australia. Work, moi? I should coco. I haven’t done that since I left the Fire Service! Actually, working in a bar sounds really appealing, especially if Ash and I are working together. I think it might be a lot of fun. After all, I won’t need to work all the time just some of it. How hard can it be??
... We've crossed at least 4 of them over the Severn River -- all in the space of only about 5 kms. And that doesn't include the dinky little bridge over the canal outside our bedroom window or the quaint stone single lane bridge just down the road - we've driven over that one a few times.
But the museums are not to be outdone. There are 10 of them in the gorge area, all related to the past industrial history. Most of them are still housed in ...
... of English people were wonderful to see. And that is not meant in any negative way. Doing the same in an Australian hotel is just as rewarding.
And I nearly forgot that today we saw another Swan Inn (or two). I had begun to think this must be the most popular name for pubs here but found there are a number of lists on this topic but Swan is not at the top of any. Here is one article to finish up.
... well, baking biscuits and attempting a pork belly dinner which turned out amazingly.
But after a few weekends spent at home "nesting" and generally improving our abode, it was time to feel normal again and do some serious drinking. It was Neil's birthday and he invited us out for drinks on Saturday night to celebrate. On Sunday morning I woke with a raging hangover and minimal memories from the night before. I couldn't work ...