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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... which is a big change but I'm starting to get in the routine and loving it! The kids are so cute and friendly, with two of them drawing Shana and I some pictures to decorate The Lodge with (I've put a photo of one of them!).
Peterborough is beautiful - the town and country is just incredible. Looking forward to exploring some more this weekend :)
Until next time!
... probably the biggest problem so far is the cold!!!!!! I've never felt like this before, and coming from 39°C is a big change!! I've got lots of warm clothes so no biggie :P and it gets dark at 4pm - pitch black!!! That is sooo weird.....
I miss home a bit, but school is keeping me busy. I have a very busy timetable!
Until next time! There's a photo of the Lodge, sorry about the bad lighting!!
... better to write about than a three month trip to seven* different countries?
I'll outline my plans in a later post very shortly. I'd be very happy to hear from any fellow travellers; either those who are planning a trip of their own, and those who have been to (or even live in) either North, Central or South America. Any advice or comments would be great, and I'm also looking for similar blogs to follow myself.
*Subject to lots of ...
... was brilliantly clear and we fed the fish.
Tue 12th July
Unusually we had a cooked breakfast this morning. We shared Lilford Lock with a cruiser, and used the water tap at Upper Barnwell Lock. We found the elsan point at Oundle Marina. We didn’t stop for lunch – too full from breakfast! We saw red kites, buzzards and kestrels. We moored at Fotheringhay Castle, where Richard III was born, and where Mary Queen of Scots was executed. ...
... much the highlight of that day.
After that we decided we were going to convince everyone in the flat to drink with us that night and so Lou and I went and invested in punch ingredients while the rest of the flat invested in dinner ingredients and we had a huge huge dinner of chicken stirfry and home made punch and jaffas! They were all very impressed by the punch (tho very skeptical at first!) and we finished the lot (a litre of ...