Arties Mill & Lodge
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... It is a surreal feeling because I feel like I've been here forever, but it still seems like not a very long time. I do really like it here. The meals are generally quite good, though there is the odd bad day. I've only cooked for myself a couple of times. I do miss cooking, but since I'm paying for the cafeteria meal regardless I don't want to waste it. I've mastered the bus route and how to get around town and to and from Cottingham Village. I've also managed ...
... comfort in the airport Best Western.
Sun 12 Oct
After the excellent breakfast you always get in a Best Western I ride the final few hundred kilometres and go through the Tunnel sous la Manche at 11am.
I call in to see Jake and Val in London for lunch and am finally back home in Yorkshire at 5:30pm, 31 days and 11 hours from the start of this tour.
... Descendant. William was friends with the Current king of England, Edward who had promised him the English Crown on his death. This however didn't eventuate and the crown was given to another. William, still believing the crown belonged to him fought the new king and won-and was subsequently crowned the new king of England. After this he became known as William the Conquerer and with his heirs, this period became known as the Norman rule of ...
... may as well make the most of it. I've been to the Welcome Party, Back to School Party, Block Parties, Beach Party and a UV Party. It's been good fun and I've met a lot of really cool people.
I met all my block mates last Saturday, I helped a lot of them carry their stuff up the stairs. They are a great bunch of people. A lot are from Yorkshire, but some come from all ...
Wrawby Postmill is a windmill in the unitary authority of North Lincolnshire, England, at Wrawby near Brigg. It was built between 1760 and 1790 to serve the Elsham Hall estate. The mill originally had four common sails, but through most of its working life had the ...