Ascot Grange Hotel
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Up early having trouble sleeping but after another English breakfast buffet we drove into Barnsley City Centre and found a Market of over 203 stalls in progress but the weather has changed raining and very cold so we opted to walk around the city centre for a while. After coffee we then drove to Pots Hamper and met up with our friends for typical scones jam and cream and a few good laughs. Lovely cafe ...
We woke reasonably early again today after we both slept like logs, we definitely needed a good nights sleep. We are slowly adjusting to the changes of a UK lifestyle and way of living but it is still going to take some time, especially getting settled into our new home for the next 6 months. We had breakfast and we went for a walk around town to get our bearings which I am really glad we did, doing ...
... hotel at 9 to give ourselves plenty of time to get to Kings Cross and find out where we need to go. Carrying our luggage from the hotel to Pimlico station was a lot harder then I thought it would be. We finally made it to Pimlico and caught the tube to Kings Cross with plenty of time to spare, so we sat down to rest our legs at Pret and I had a coffee. We eventually found out which platform we had to catch the train from (unfortunately it wasn't platform 9 3/4) ...
When I arrived in Leeds as a student in 1970, I had only ever seen a handful of plays. Now I started going to the theatre with a vengeance. As well as the newly built Leeds Playhouse (now the West Yorkshire Playhouse), there was the posh and well-established Leeds Grand and one amateur theatre, the Leeds Civic. There were also many university student productions. I revelled in the ...
... based trip, almost all of it has been reconstructed since the industrial revolution, when it became a major center it textiles and manufacture.
Now it is a centre of finance and law, with four universities and a large number of businesses based out of this area, (cheaper than a London base)
It actually reminds me a bit of Sydney in it's appearance. The old bits in the government and museum sector are all Victorian, but almost all the rest is ...