Travelodge Peterborough Alwalton
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It is the first day of JFC Ski 2015, the bus is all loaded, we've gone through the toilet rules (no solids!) and off we go. Miss Mullen is already panicking about the almost certain sickness on the ferry, eww! Mrs Taylor is missing her wine, Mr Maggs is regretting coming at all and Mr Swain is snoring like a walrus.
Tonight we will be making our ferry journey and seeing the beautiful scenery as we pass through France. We are due to arrive at our resort during mid ...
... of good health, but that doesn't mean we did nothing! We went ice-skating and swimming today, and went into town to do a bit of shopping yesterday.
However, by far the most exciting thing this year so far was that it snowed twice!! And proper snow! I turned into a 5 year old, dancing around in my PJ's and only just resisting the temptation to do a snow angel :P It really was magical! ✳⛄
Until next week,
Today we had a tour of Yaxley, a lovely amble along the banks of the river Nene in Peterborough and visited the Peterborough Museum, again very enjoyable. I could relate to the many tales and history Bob has told me over the last 43 years about his birth place.
Brief History of Museum The Georgian building which is currently Peterborough museum dates from 1816 and was the town house of Thomas and ...
... sign of any person or building in sight but my trusty Memory Map assured me that I was on the right track.
I then joined a peaceful cycle route round the east of Peterborough, which kept me away from heavy traffic till I entered the town. I am now in the Bull Hotel in the centre of town, finally in dry clothes. The centre of Peterborough looked very attractive as I rode in past the cathedral precinct but don't want to go out in my ...
... see 4th July) came to collect us in their car and show us round Stamford, which is a fascinating historic town all built in local stone. We had lunch in the Blue Bell pub in their village (Old Rosie cider on draught) and then tea back at their house before they returned us to our boat in Wansford. We travelled downstream for two miles and found a good bankside mooring, being careful to avoid a wasp nest. On shining a torch round the field later, we spotted a ...