Travelodge Shrewsbury Bayston Hill
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... part of the route before he knew there was at least one very arduous climb to come. in fact the last 4 miles appeared to include another 1000 feet of ascent (later supported y iPhone ). He did not tell Jo about this discovery. We battled on and reached our accommodation Shirley Heights at about 7 pm almost 11 hours after leaving Knighton. This was undoubtedly the longest and hardest Of our days so far. Shirley Heights is a modern bed and breakfast establishment run by ...
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Paul reckons he is all packed. Ian and myself have got our stuff ready to be packed.
Early start on Tuesday morning will see us meeting for a cooked breakfast at a Bistro in Chadsmoor (Cafe really), so we will be looking for somewhere we can see the bikes!
The weather these last few days has been very sunny and warm. Let's just hope it continues on into next week and ...
... piece of engineering. Our drive also took us through the Lake District and back into Wales.
Tonight we are staying in a Travelodge at Wooferton between Ludlow and Tenbury Wells and had dinner at the Salwey Arms Hotel, a place we had always planned on visiting while staying at Tenbury, but never found the time. Tomorrow we continue our drive south, this time to Sussex, where we will spend the week exploring the south coast of England.
... yummy. Speeches were hilarious - Godfrey started his by thanking everyone for coming to his birthday party! They were all hilarious and fairly rude as they went on! Kids did really well but we were pushing our luck so we took them home about half 9, after the meal finished. Evidently it went on til half 5! Karen managed to stay til the end. Kids were great and settled down really quickly to bed luckily. And we all slept like logs ...
... by notices on the road) so we came off the motorway, this tim contrary to the GPS's instructions, and by choice, we took the country back lanes. This led to us having a coffee in Banbury, and seeing Banbury Cross, where there is a statue of "a fine lady on a white horse."
And we arrived in Kinver at about 5pm. The B&B proprietors were very friendly and helpful with information of what we can do tomorrow, as we continue. See you then!