Halfway House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... where we visited a tea shop and also St Mary's Church which dates back to about 1190. Unfortunately, we just missed a ceremony celebrating the opening of the Michaelmas Term of the High Court in Stafford. This is apparently to do with the Office of the High Sheriff which can be traced back more than 1000 years to the reign of a Saxon King. The service had finished only about an hour before we arrived and ...
... essence of my dilemma now, the cost of shipping my bike versus selling and buying. I’ve grown used to my bike, I can do many minor repairs and I like the idea of traveling around the world on my current, trustee companion. Sad to say but I’ve grown really fond of my bike even though I know it is an inanimate object. So I solved my dilemma not though objectivity but more by emotion. After all, emotion will beat logic every time.
Having booked all the flights and arranged paperwork we now had to plan our route and arrange accommodation. After much research and several changes of mind we finally opted for two nights in Vancouver at a lovely looking B&B. This will give us time to explore the parts of the city we want to see and recover from the flight. We then move on to Nanaimo where Heather found a brilliant looking B&B. Finally we have the last night ...
... chained in a system not unlike a compactus file. Also at the cathedral was the Mappa Mundi (a map of the world drawn on a single piece of cowhide) dating from 1290 as well as the Magna Carta. A lot of history in Hereford!
We hadn't found time for the Wye Valley whilst in Cefn Rhigos so decided to do the drive from Bircher, calling in first to The Kymin which is a high point overlooking the Brecon Beacons and was a popular spot for the gentry during Lord Nelson's ...
... changed back from gate 9 to gate 10, so everyone shuffled over and stood waiting patiently. No pushing and shoving like we had witnessed on various bus and boat journeys! We were all boarded quite quickly and took off at about 10:40. Up eventful flight except for a bumpy landing, then quickly through immigration, got to use my chipped passport for the first time! Then it was onto the bus for the car park. This time it was Brits at their worst, everyone was getting on ...