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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Ludlow Hereford and Tintern Abbey
First sorry for the delay in publishing this post, Internet was very slow at our hotel. Photos will be added later. Ok we started off the day with a short drive to Ludlow. This is a nice little town dating back to 1086 when Ludlow Castle was started. The town has over 450 listed buildings (historically listed) many of these are unusual box style and look like they ...
Vern woke to the squawking chorus of big gulls (Molly hawk size) at somewhere around 5. I didn't hear them as I was deep asleep at that time. They have a nest on our roof and they are a real problem in Conwy. We had a reasonable breakfast - no black pudding which makes it a bit ordinary (LOL). The breakfast room is also crowded and I was a bit grumpy to have to cram on a table as well as in our room - feeling the need for some space! ...
We have had wonderful weather, magnificent scenery and an abundance of wildlife. We have seen rabbits, plenty of different birds, a rat, a squirrel and even an otter. Apparently it is very rare to see an otter in the wild but on a canal boat trip today we managed to see one swim by. We are staying in another National Park in the Brecon Beacons. ...
... Also of note we crossed the oldest road in Wales, the Kerry Ridgeway today. One of our climbs today was almost to the summit of Llanfair Hill, 432 metres the highest part of Offa's Dyke, it was not however all downhill from that point. Weariness and aching legs took over and we were not able to fulfil the 3/4 rule today stopping for lunch after just 10 miles. Jo had another sleep in the sun and Nick counted the remaining contour lines to be crossed. Having a ...
... The man from Cheltenham was in a hurry and, before running up a set of stairs 30 or so feet high, explained that he had done 2 sections of the walk yesterday some 25 - 30 miles. We followed him slowly and in some discomfort up the same set of stairs. We wondered if perhaps he was a well known athlete or just superhuman! A few miles later at a place called Dolley Green we did catch a glimpse of him disappearing northwards at high speed, presumably he ...