Abbey Arms Hotel
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Our 2 week holiday this summer we decided to go back home and visit friends and family, see some grass, some sheep and fresh air!
Our visit involved lots of lovely walks into the countryside, lovely food, a night out with the girls in Leeds, a visit to loughborough to see Sam and Scarlett for Sam's 30th birthday (*this also involved dressing ...
... that opened in 2013. What a contrast, the old and new. This view is history and history in the making.
Lunch at Byron's Proper Hamburgers was great. These burgers would be at the top of my list right next to Umami. Yum! This is a place that I read about over in the states before the trip. They are a chain that started in England. The reviews were right, everything was delicious!
The British Museum is ...
... to no passengers on the train, which gave me plenty of time to rearrange my carry on bag. Having checked in online yesterday I thought the check in process would have been a bit quicker and more effiecnt than it is, they only had one desk on for people who had checked in online compared to three for normal check in with both queues pretty similar, should have known from past travelling experiences not to get my hopes up! The relief I felt after offloading my ...
We have decided to start a blog to share our adventures, stories, photos and more along our journey.
We only have 9 days left until we depart so we are in the process of packing our bags which has turned out to be more difficult than we first thought.
Come back soon to see our next update!
Frankie and Rhia
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