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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a 400 roost pidgeon house. Amazing. Next to rise was Maddi, still rather weary looking but keen to get out, and finally Ev.
We had planned to head straight to Les' in Tickhill but got side tracked by a car boot sale down the road which had some great fresh breads and Yorkshire's version ofa sausage sandwich. ..a giant Frankfurt grilled on a BBQ put on a huge roll. We spied a great board game for mum.
Having inspected about half of the wares we ...
... rain. But what I found most challenging was actually the snow. It covered pretty much the whole trail and of course it looked beautiful but the problem was I could not see what was underneath it. I was still confident, smiling, humming songs, taking pictures, running.... until I slipped. I lost my balance and couldn't regain it. I went flying down the rocks, desperately trying to catch on to something. It was painful. My bum hurt, I got drenched straight away ...
... 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 ...
... Edinburgh and the sea. We had to stop a few times to take a breather! Once we got to the top, it was a gorgeous view, but a tad windy. We had to sit down in fear that we'd get blown off!
On the way down, Sarah and Kate jumped ahead and headed back to the car. Harriet and I took the wrong path down and ended up on the other side of the city (whoops!) Harriet may or may not have slipped more than once down the muddy trails. ...
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