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... easily but motorway travel is an experience to behold. The speed limit for cars is 70mph And on the 3 lane motorways heavy vehicles are only allowed in the slow and medium lanes leaving the fast lane free for cars. Speed limit for heavy vehicles is so my brother- in-law Brian informs us is 56mph so by being restricted to the 2 inner lanes t they don't hold up cars. There are so many trucks on the motorways it's like being at a truck show. There's mile after mile ...
Spent the last two days in Cleethorpes/Grimsby where Grandma grew up before sailing to New Zealand when she was in her late teens.
So good to meet up with extended family and be looked after with a place to stay. Nice to put a face to the name as well as Grandma does like to talk about the past "Grimsby will always be her home".
Arrived late afternoon as had to travel via two buses one from Leeds to Hull then Hull to Cleethorpes where ...
This is my last night at home before I head out to Guatemala via Houston.
I'm too nervous to sleep and I'm enjoying my bedroom for the last time.
I am also finishing some last minute music downloads and playlist editing for my ipod. Setting off at 4:30 in the morning for London Heathrow. I will also be keeping a personal journal as well as an online blog.
I will post again once I'm there and I get chance.
... s democracy- not that King John intended to keep his word! The cathedral towers over the town and we were able to get into the library housing medieval documents, walk the cloisters and investigate the chapter house. The surrounding buildings are also very grand especially the bishops house as you would expect! There are lots of interesting things in the countryside too. As I said it is very flat and there are loads of airfields in the area - and in ...
... and alterations in 14th, 15th and 16th centuries, and a restoration in the 19th century. It served the residents of the nearby Snarford Hall, including the St Paul (or St Pol) family, but nothing now remains of the hall The church was declared redundant in July 1995.
St Lawrence's church is constructed in limestone with tiled roofs. Its plan consists of a nave, a chancel with a north chapel, and a west tower. The tower dates from the 12th century. It has one ...