Thornton Hall Hotel & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Butcher and bought some pies for dinnertime. All their pies and pastries looked so good behind the counter so I just got their top two sellers-a pork mince pie and their huntsman pie which had stuffing on top instead of a dough crust. I found Rob in the beer shop across the street where he picked out two local craft beers to try. We saw this pretty bottle of cider near checkout and were given samples of it. It was super crisp, a little dry but full of apple ...
... my photo from when I was here in 2009 and see what the differences are.
After visiting the shrine I made my way back across the Dee and along the riverfront to Grosvenor Park, which is laid out in the Victorian style, and is quite pleasant to walk around. The park also contains a couple of memorials, and a miniature railroad for the kids! Not too far from the park are the remains of a Roman Amphitheatre. The amphitheatre is the largest in ...
... jaguars, a trio of cheetahs and a rather large lion or two.
One downside to going in winter is that a lot of the cafes and such are closed, but I was able to get a drink and a muffin at the restaurant, which was a nice break from walking around.
I'll write more about the animals in their photo descriptions (which I'm not sure transfer to Facebook properly, so you might have to come to the blog itself to see them!)
... it isn't Earth shattering adventures that have made my time great and I apologize for my jumpy, not super detailed writing. I've come to realize it's the people that I share these little moments with that are making my experience so memorable and it is hard to fully describe how fantastic they are. Even though it hasn't been anything too crazy, I love it all same and I can't wait to see what other little moments are too ...
Thornton Hough is a small village on the Wirral Peninsular, situated between two rivers, the Dee and the Mersey. This is where I spent my childhood and today Susan and I went back to the church in the village for a morning service and tea in the old hall where we had Sunday School each week. Amazingly, our Sunday ...