The Boat Inn
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... we went and got Breakfast. We then went to a market and I didn't buy any thing but the whole time I wanted to go to a shop called GAME and I got all of 5 seconds to look in there we then had a Pub lunch and I got Nachos. We then went home and got ready for the wedding and I almost forgot that this was the whole reason we came over here I looked like and idiot in my clothes and I wanted to ...
... as the key cannot unlock the deadlock from the outside. What to do… We tried forcing open a window, but being winter they were closed up tight and are all quite large and double glazed, so breaking one was not really an option. We went and spoke to Mrs Robinson and told her what happened and she replied with “how did that happen, the door can’t lock if the switch is on?” We told her we thought so ...
... of Aragon for a few months until his death. It was on the death of Prince Arthur that King Henry was the new heir to the throne.
During our walk Nathan found where the local Rotary Club meets so he will hopefully be able to fit in a meeting or two while we are in the area.
We did not get a chance to explore all the sights of Ludlow this afternoon or visit the Castle so we will make sure we come back and have a proper visit. ...
... only is warm and provides a wonderful view over the garden and surrounding hills, but also has the best internet access. The internet is not very fast and unfortunately does not cope too well with uploading photos so our blog might be delayed from time to time until we visit the local library and use their internet to upload the photos. However, rest assured, the blog will still be done and sent out as soon as possible each week!
Speaking of the library, ...
... to a main street to get an appreciation of what it is like to be blind. We all found it very challenging and were surprised how quickly your other senses, such as touch and sound take over to try and compensate for the loss of vision.
We were introduced to John, a blind man, who works at the centre and his dog. John was a lovely bloke and more than happy to answer any questions we had and gave us all a very personal account ...