The Boat Inn

Whitney-on-Wye, Herefordshire, England, HR3 6EH, United Kingdom | Inn
 

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Day 10 - 4 To Go!

A travel blog entry by ashbysontour

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Charles: With a misunderstanding about breakfast not being included in the room rate we headed down to Ironbridge and set up camp on a couple of benches overlooking the gorge and the bridge itself. A giant bowl of Alpen and Banana was sufficient for Vince and myself but the other three were not content unless their trans fat craving was satisfied. So they tucked into a large pasty, sausage rolls and James even bought some pork scratchings. Breakfast done we headed for ...

South Wales and Coal Mining

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

... forward to learning more. One thing we know for sure is that Wales has always been a center for mining and it wasn’t so long ago that coal was king. At its height there were over 600 mines in South Wales. We head for the Big Pit: National Coal Museum in Blaenavon which is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The weather has changed and it’s raining. Not a problem since everything ...

Castle Ruins and the Wars of the Roses

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

... Queen of England between 1553 and 1558 spent 3 winters here from 1525-1528. By 1811 it was in ruins and was purchased by the 2nd Earl of Powis and the family still owns it. The medieval town sits around the castle and the market square is just outside the gates. When we arrived the market was in full swing so we bought a sandwich and some raspberries and ate just outside the castle walls. Talk about a room with a ...

Winding through Wales

A travel blog entry by kathmom

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... park center to try to catch some views. Couldn't exactly tell where the hiking paths were and the staff had gone home, so we made our best guess and followed a trail through the sheep pasture to a high point for some photos. Brecon, the largest town nearby, is on a canal, and we found a cute café with outdoor seating along it. The young guy who greeted and served us actually knew a lot about the Seahawks and the Super Bowl (that other football game), and said a lot ...

Narrow Boating - Brecon-Monmouth Canal, Wales

A travel blog entry by clive.atkinson

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... boats are narrow, they are quite long, enabling us to sleep, cook, shower etc.
We navigated 10 locks, 1 tunnel (400m long) and about 130 bridges. The bridges narrow where the boat goes under making it tricky to navigate a 50' boat that putts along at 3km/hr max, making life very relaxing.
Some photos don't do justice to the scenery and the wildlife! We even adopted a cat for an hour who, being very nosey, just walked on board as if she owned the ...

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