The Edward Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Yesterday we caught the Irish Ferries fast ferry the Swift from Dublin to Holyhead, made it without getting seasick. Arrived in Holyhead about eleven o'clock, picked up our last car and headed off through Snowdonia National Park, again some lovely scenery. We stopped in a lovely little village for lunch. There was a miniature railway and shop and …
... idea at the time... .
And for those of you thinking what we were thinking...
Shades of Bali and the Green School.
Bali - a higher mozzie count but much lower in crime. More likely to be killed or injured on a motor bike than by an ice-crazed beach dweller.
Hmmm....About equal in nastiness.
Bali - snakes. Hilo - snake free.
But then there's a pretty active volcano and VOG (volcanic smog as I found ...
... I would have been compatible. Anyway, we drove back through Upton-upon-Severn and Bishops Cleve and into the lovely Cotswolds on a bright sunny day. Manual steering and partly mechanical brakes kept me on my toes at first but the wooden frame was wonderfully flexible and I was able to throw the car around nicely. Our car had a MX-5 gearbox and a Ford 2lt motor and performed very well. The tight twisting roads through the Cotswolds were ...
... buried here.
Henry VIII, when he started the Anglican Church in opposition to the Roman Catholic Church, ordered the monasteries to be dissolved and Gloucester Abbey surrendered in January 1540. The abbey buildings became Gloucester Cathedral, the seat of the Bishop of Gloucester in 1541. No longer a community of monks, it was to be led by a Dean and a chapter of canons.
You've probably seen it on the news, maybe even heard about it from your friends, well now its time for you to see it for your own eyes. It is an insane, unusual and laughter-filled event enjoyed by people of all ages which usually runs on the late May bank holiday. So here are a few tips to make your experiences all that bit easier.
1. Hire a car
Its pretty difficult to get here by public transport ...