Pied Bull Inn
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Great old pub in Chester - stopped in for a cider.
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... is apparently a $200 charge. So the lady asked me, "Can you fit stuff in your carry ons?" I replied, "For $200, I sure as hell can." I only had to wear 3 jackets through security to make it happen ;) The flight was a smooth 5 1/2 hours and business class was as expected - excellent service, 3 course meal, hot towels for your face and hands, unlimited tv shows/movies, and free drinks. For my first FREE drink, I wanted Bailey's Irish Cream so ...
... a nap! We'll be there for a couple of days so will be sure to post our first blog then.
You can follow the overall trip via the map on this blog but here is a quick outline of where we are going and when;
Jan / Feb - South East Asia
Starting in Bangkok, we head north to Chaing Mai then work our way across Laos, over to Hanoi in northern Vietnam where we follow the coast all the way down to Ho ...
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... room and headed to the bar downstairs. That bar was closing- it was not even 7pm, but i did get a drink – one of their old specials – the pan galactic gargle blaster, then after that drink, went to a Weatherspoons for dinner – i had steak. It was nice. After dinner i went to the cavern club again, had a drink there, listened to the live music, stayed for a bit, then left and walked around the area before heading to the hostel and reading before bed.
... by part of Watling Street, the ancient trackway from Wales to London and Dover, resuming in France and continuing to Rome. I was very excited to walk along even a small portion of this famous road.
We kept driving through the beautiful Shropshire countryside to the village of Craven Arms and Stokesay Castle. Lawrence of Ludlow bought the manor house here in 1291. It was later fortified but was beseiged during the Civil War but ...