Angel Inn & Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a couple of episodes of House Rules and went for a walk to fill in the afternoon. Unfortunately I had to head back over to Nikki's so we could go down to the club and coach the juniors for the night. So again, they continued to dribble on about how good England are and how "****" Australia are. Only five kids turned up to training out of both the under 11s and under 13s. It makes it difficult ...
... me around like a bar fly at the gym which does get a little bit annoying but at least he is giving it a crack. We went back to the house to get organised for the day before I headed over to Nikki's to watch the cricket. Again it wasn't a great day to support the Aussies as they batted pretty poorly and gave England a big lead in the match. The English seem to think that the match is already ...
... up just before 4:30 and took us around to his house in Goldthorpe. Gerald cooked us an absolutely beautiful three course meal. The first course consisted of sea bass cooked in a lemon sauce with prawns, capers and spring onions. The second course was chicken stuffed with tomato and and garlic wrapped in prosciutto with roast vegetables. The third course and arguably the best was bread and butter pudding. ...
Sat 11 Oct
In the morning I walk back to the depot. I decide that enough is enough with this tyre, so they locate and collect a new tyre, fit it, and by 11am I am back on the road again. Axa pick up the tab for everything except the cost of the new tyre (a Michelin Pilot 4 for €130). Good service.
I ride rapidly on the highways as far as Charleroi and treat myself to a last ...
... The Farndale, full of sand, and it was rather sweet to see young children making sand castles on the barge as it cruised along. Obviously the bargees had taken the whole family to experience their very last working trip.
Soon we approached Whitley Bridge. I suppose, knowing what he's like, I should have expected to see Dad on the canal bank waiting for us to arrive! And there he ...