Travelodge Peterborough Central Hotel
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The bed was just awful. Def need to be replaced. Bathroom was good size as was the room, but very tired and in need of an update.
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... Market Harborough which is a 20 min drive away. It has a direct train line into London which takes an hour.
We live in a flat attached to the visitors center on the farm – right next to the calving barn. Fortunately it is all furnished and a full kitchen and bathroom.
We work with 4 other people: Wil – the boss. Jason - the herdsman, Andrew and Jason. We work 12 days on 2 days off.
On our first weekend off we went to ...
Yesterday, one of the PE teachers took us to the football - my first ever sports game! Peterborough's team is called Posh, so it was Posh v Coventry. I can't say it was the absolute best game of football, but I really enjoyed myself :) And as we were driving home, we saw advertisements for a fair in Peterborough, so guess where we went last night?? Some rides and fairy floss later called it a day!
... 2011 this room was the setting for the formal photographs following the wedding of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. In the Music Room, guests are presented to The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh and the visiting Head of State on the occasion of a State visit. The White Drawing Room, perhaps the grandest of all the State Rooms, serves as a royal reception room for The Queen and members of the Royal Family to gather before official ...
... and I'd probably get shot if I set foot there, or whatever the latest development is on the planning of the trip. Hopefully, there are people about who are interested about my tales, and this is my platform to describe them on.
Finally, I've always fancied myself a little bit as a blogger; I've written sporadically for a few websites and blogs over the past 4 years or so. I should have enough material now to write for a while to come. Is ...
... in the gunpowder plot. Nothing has happened since until 1995 when the restoration work began. A very interesting place. We also discovered that purple emperor butterflies had been seen in a wood nearby that morning, but we didn't see any. We had "lunch" there – crisps and a flapjack – before setting off back to the boat. The walk was too long for Hazel. We’ll try a shorter one next time. We moved the boat upstream to a bankside mooring where ...