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Offline Slidy

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Re: Tea/Coffee and favourite greasy spoon
« Reply #24 on: July 19, 2018, 06:05:59 PM »
Just bringing up an old post, some good recommendations here.

My local bike stop got voted number 1 (ok, so first on the list, but that's still number 1 in my book) earlier this year . . I don't know how many they visited, but still a good pat on the back for Dom and his team. Don't know where she got the idea there were waterfalls there either  :008:

http://www.fluxmagazine.com/best-biker-pit-stops-uk/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/DomsBikeStop/
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Re: Tea/Coffee and favourite greasy spoon
« Reply #25 on: July 19, 2018, 09:37:29 PM »
I might feel a little wary on the basis that I have never considered the A44 between Worcester and Leominster to be on the way to the lake district... Except maybe if coming from the south west  :305: and even that's pushing it  :005:
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Re: Tea/Coffee and favourite greasy spoon
« Reply #26 on: July 19, 2018, 10:50:13 PM »
*Originally Posted by Martymouse [+]
I might feel a little wary on the basis that I have never considered the A44 between Worcester and Leominster to be on the way to the lake district... Except maybe if coming from the south west  :305: and even that's pushing it  :005:

I agree, struck me as odd too, but apparently she came from an overnight stay near Bristol, over Severn bridge then up through Monmouth, Hereford, then followed the A49 (Doms is only 200 yards or so off the A49) to join the M6 for a bit, then into the Lakes.
Not being a fan of motorways I can relate to that. When we go to Scotland, we use that route (A49), just doing M6 through the busy parts, up through the Lakes to Penrith, bit more M6 than A7.

The article isn't the best, but it is primarily a fashion and lifestyle magazine, not an AA route guide  :008: