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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... have our ski boots fitted, so tomorrow morning when we are all fresh faced we can get straight onto the slopes to enjoy our first skiing lessons.
Mrs Taylor is looking forward to spending her day in a cafe of drinking copious amounts, non-alcoholic obviously....
The question is, will we all survive, how will Mrs Taylor cope without wine, and sharing a room with Mr Swain will Mr Maggs get a wink of sleep? Don't forget Miss Mullen, she is terrifying before 10 am!
Hey hey! Weirdly, it has been a month since I boarded that plane and embarked on this adventure ✈
So this week I had the joy of discovering daytime tv, seeing as I spent the week in bed with the flu... :( really not my week, but I've recovered fully and am well-rested. Thank goodness the Australian Open was on TV - though I was very disappointed in Federer for not going to the end...
We decided to stay in this weekend due to ...
Today we took Tia & Bobbi to Pidgeon Farm , a farm with many breeds of animals, a play area for the kids and a restaurant. The girls nursed rabbits & guinea pigs, they had a great time. We had lunch there dropped the girls home and had a quiet ...
... and then found a nice quiet almost traffic-free road alongside the River Welland. If the weather had been nicer, it would have been pleasant to linger here but in the steady rain I pushed on. Just before Croyland I passed a couple of small lakes or large ponds. After Croyland the route became completely free of traffic, gradually turning into a heavily rutted dirt track for a few miles. At this stage I noticed how remote the place was, ...
... 8217;ll have to do them all again on the way back!). We saw four kingfishers as well as a buzzard, a kestrel on a branch, and a fox in a field. We tied to trees in Wansford, and went to try to dispose of some rubbish, ending up on a busy road behind a crash barrier, crossing the A1. Found a picnic site and lorry park with plenty of bins. Hugo had a good time, catching four mice. We saw Great Escape go past (see 30th June)
Thu 14th July