Travelodge Stafford M6
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It`s the day before the long awaited trip to the USA. The packing is complete. Martin and Sheila are starting the holiday early as they have tickets for Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons at the NEC so Chris and Gill will meet them at the airport tomorrow to check in at 6.30am. Our flight departs at 9.00am for Newark where we have about 4 hours to kill before flying onto Las Vegas.
... smile. We did it...and it was GREAT!
Pol rode the first 2 hours and found the motorways to be a common sense affair; 3 lanes - Left = slow lane, middle = medium speed land and right lane = fast lane - AND everyone figured this out and drove accordingly.
Overtaking on the right only and courteous drivers made the journey relaxed - AND everyone one the road seemed to know their place and which lane to use - COURTEOUSLY. Merges were smooth and uneventful...a ...
... a tinny, I start to relax and get the hang of it. It's very relaxing, pottering along. We pass a couple of boats, and overtake others. After a number of beautiful bridges, we come to our first of 2 swing bridges, where we need to manually swing the bridge around to let the boat through, then swing it back to let the cars through. We have the key that lets us do all this swinging, and the cars wait patiently. At our second swing bridge, about 6 other boats follow behind us, ...
... couple of hours before mooring in the middle of no where. Met some nice fellow canaliers today, we must look like we know what we are doing now and are being accepted more. A giveaway being in a "holiday" narrow boat and not a privately owned one.
Day 3 stopped in Stone for a wonder and went to a Thai restaurant for lunch before making more headway on the journey back towards Stoke. Passed the Wedgewood factory which is ...
... at this marina are excellent, nice hot showers with plenty of water and a clean modern fragment Elsan. We were going to take Chris's bike to The Bike Shack in Stone to get the binding brakes sorted. Chris had rung the guy and he seemed happy to oblige. Got Chris' bike off the rack only to find the front wheel was flat, fitted a new inner tube and off we went with me pushing Chris,s bike the rear brake ...