Travelodge Shrewsbury Battlefield
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... which looked most unprepossessing. When we arrived at the hotel, they were
frantically busy and understaffed so we had to wait around before they took us
up to our new room, which was one of the refurbished ones though we asked for a
not refurbished one. Sure enough when we got to it, it had no curtains, no
chair, no bedside tables and ...
... at the amazing buildings and found the seriously overhanging Henry Tudor House, where Henry VII stayed before the Battle of Bosworth. We also wandered around the outside of Shrewsbury Castle (built from the lovely red Shropshire sandstone, it looks more like a stately home than a fortress) and climbed Laura's Tower and the battlements.
Heading West, we next found our way to Ironbridge Gorge, an historical town on ...