Travelodge Peterborough Alwalton
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... so far as it is right on the river (the name gives that away) and has some very fine rooms. However, we did our best to make the hotel room look like a Chinese laundry as we needed a few fresh clothes. I'm not sure what the owners thought of our assortment of clothing strategically draped in variously parts of the bathroom.
... Today the banks holding the water are some 5 metres above the surrounding countryside.
From about the midway point of the ride we were able to see Ely cathedral in the distance, some 15-20 miles away. At least it gave us a view of pour ed point even though it didn't seem to be getting any closer for quite a while. The last pat of the journey meant the we needed to head back south eastwards across the fens to Ely, right into the teeth ...
... Ouse. we now started to get an appreciation of the vast flat fens where you can see for 20+ miles in each direction.
Our final stop for the day was a Downham Market at a very nice B&B called The Dials. It was built in 1750 and we were give a lovely room in the loft of the house with old beams and tiny windows. The town itself is not the prettiest but there is was one restaurant that had rave reviews called Palmers. ...
... I got very loud and then they gave me the keys. I got in my waiting cab and arranged to have another cab waiting to pick up the girls. Susan in the meantime had gotten the police to call a locksmith, which I begged her to cancel. I arrived around 9:15am (The train leaves at 10am). We got the apartment unlocked and grabbed all the bags and ran out the door. I sent Susan, Lindsay and Jessie in a cab to Waverly, while Emma and I rode to the realtor's office to drop ...
... with Jet was much better than the first and, as it was overnight, we managed to get a little sleep. Then after breakfast the airplane started its descent and we arrived into a foggy Heathrow over half an hour early. Once we had collected our baggage, we exited customs and searched for Mark and Geoff who were going to be bringing us back to Peterborough. They weren’t waiting for us and we found out when they arrived that they had been delayed by heavy traffic on the ...