Travelodge Peterborough Alwalton
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Our plan for the next leg of the trip was to head to Nottingham as Marg was very keen to see if she could locate the man in the green tights who we had on good authority was a better than average archer. Unfortunately whilst the weather was not wet the very high winds persisted and making good time was difficult and tiring so we made an impromptu …
... long and lovely and respectful of the music in a way that I have not experienced before. No hurrying of the last verse, or leaving things out because the priest was waiting to move on! And the sound...oh the sound was angelic, heavenly, superb, glorious and more. Made me weep with its beauty and tone. I have no idea how many parts they sing, but it had a multi-faceted sound that surrounded and enveloped. I prayed for my seriously ill, brother Jos, and the family back in Tasmania. In ...
... Rose Swing Dancing demonstrations by the sizzling Blitz Dancers and the Jitterbugging duo, Charlie & Jayné Step back in time with living history re-enactors, military and civilian, in their authentic WW2 period uniforms and costumes Living History displays of the 8th USAAF 379th Bomb Group (Heavy) & US Army 809th Engineer Aviation Battalion Kids, come and try your hand at Morse Code in our Radio Tent - we'll show you how and award ...
Saturday in York
This is a great city. Spent Saturday and Sunday night at the Travel Lodge. Whilst here we visited these great sites.
Clifford's Tower - built by William the Conqueror to subdue the rebels of the north, it was twice burned to the ground, before being rebuilt by Henry III in the 13th century. The tower takes its name from one ...
... own notes and generally provided a poor way to pass an hour. The captain expressed concern about our visit to Port Stanley with regard to weather conditions. Apparently another P&O ship did not make it in due to weather conditions about two weeks back, so fingers crossed. At dinner one of the others at our table suggested that we all meet at the jacuzzi when we are due to sail round Cape Horn on 18 February . Seems like a good way to tackle the rough seas with a couple ...