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Visit Richard's Castle on a cycling holiday

Is this the first #Norman #Castle built in England? It was built before William the conqueror won the Battle of Hastings – so how did the Normans manage to build this castle on the #Shropshire /#Herefordshire border? 124 more words

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Bakfiets can have three wheels, and some tips about (cargo) cycling with children in the Netherlands

Those of you who read my first post will know that my decision to buy a two-wheel cargo bike, rather than a three-wheel one, was simply based on: theoretical research, sort of untested vague assumptions, wild guesses, and so on (well, I am an economist after all). 2,937 more words


Churches to visit on a cycling holiday

English country #churches are amazing… fabulous architecture & full of local history, legends and spooky tombs. The best way to visit is on a #bike, during your #cyclingholiday, it means you get to see how diverse they are…here are a couple of examples… 273 more words

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Where to stay on a cycling holiday

Find out about the accommodation we use on our cycling holidays.  You can choose either guesthouse/farmhouse  or hotel/inn accommodation.  We’ve spent a long time visiting and choosing the best accommodation in the area for your holidays.   27 more words

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Visit the National Trust's Croft Castle on a cycling holiday

All of our Herefordshire cycling holidays return via Croft Castle.  So here are a few pictures to show you why you should stop and visit Croft Castle.   160 more words

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River Wye Cycling and Canoeing holidays

Two favourite summer activities; cycling and canoeing, in one short break.  The River Wye is an ideal destination for this holiday; easy cycling near the River and then just the right mix of shallow rapids and smooth water when canoeing… with a lunch stop at picturesque Hay on Wye.   11 more words

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