Ye Olde King's Head
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... jaguars, a trio of cheetahs and a rather large lion or two.
One downside to going in winter is that a lot of the cafes and such are closed, but I was able to get a drink and a muffin at the restaurant, which was a nice break from walking around.
I'll write more about the animals in their photo descriptions (which I'm not sure transfer to Facebook properly, so you might have to come to the blog itself to see them!)
Dave - Well we have been home a few days now. The journey home was a bit of a blur really. We, or rather, Fiona, has caught up with all the washing, I went to the derby on Saturday, great game but we were denied a victory in the last minute, never mind, next time! I've spent a whole day clearing leaves in the garden yesterday, the first of many such days I'm sure. Lucy and baby Dylan arrived yesterday, Billy is coming up on the train on Thursday ...
... Canada and looked remarkedly like a dog trainer we went to years ago also from the same area. It was eerie.
I told her what I was after and she happily pulled up a small chair for me to sit on while I went through all of the green crime books to see if they were first published and also checking my little black book to see if I had them already.
We shared an hour's worth of conversation, stories and life living in North America. She is a ...
Next we headed to Chester, which is in England.
We got 2 and a half hours to explore. The city has many old buildings and a beautiful cathedral which we snuck into for free. HA! Screw you institution!
Anyway, we also wandered along the walls around the city, but I didn't think they were as nice as the one in York.
We got back to the ...
Today is not sunny. Oh well, I was expecting something like this.
Today we're going to North Wales! It is very nice here, beautiful scenery and friendly people. The language is insane though. Unpronounceable words to us mere mortals.
Llangollen is where we stopped, a little village where we had a stroll, shopped and drank some tea. It rained and rained.