Angel Inn & Lodge
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- Pets allowed
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... the worlds biggest pizzas and a couple of ales - home by 9pm - a great night really. We can see how you might get stuck in a pub and easily write off 5-6 hours no problem. Easy to do when its cold and dark outside. Saturday was a lazy late start - went to get a few things from the shops for lunch etc papers and coffee - felt like we were back in the normal Canberra routine! Charlie and I went to the soccer/football in Nottingham which is ...
... 1000 years ago to hand carve the intricate designs into all parts of the building. We walked through the cathedral which still hosts mass and ceremonies and were amazed that it took about 250 years to build it completely which is just extraordinary. While we are sure to see a few more churches and cathedrals not sure we will see as many as impressive as this. We then came home and tried to decide on a place for a new years eve ...
... in my voice as I warbled away to the Christmas songs on the radio and I had a big, cheesy grin spread across my face.
Back in May, I said a temporary goodbye to Sheffield after rocking up here eight years ago for university. Like many former Sheffield students, I’d never left. However, when I got a chance to take six months off work and blow all my savings on a round-the-world trip, I was out of here ...
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 ...