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... silent movies. It is now known as the "Kinema in the Woods", still operates as a normal cinema and even has the ascending and descending organ used for special events in house! We visited the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight display at Coningsby where we were treated to a training aerobatic display by a fighter jet overhead. One of the volunteer guides was heard to remark that we were watching £740million being put through its paces! Tattershall ...
Had a week with Tim and Emilia in West Finchley staying in a lovely Air BnB around the corner from the kids place. Great to see the kids but feeling for Emilia. Another week should bring a little relief we all hope. Visited Hampstead Heath, Camden Markets and down to Surrey to check out the kids new apartment. On Friday, reluctantly left London for Essex - to ...
... how the rope was actually made. Found out on the internet that the building is nearly 1/4 of a mile long and the ropery business dates back to 1767. Sandra was telling us that her husband worked for a week at the ropery, but didn't like it there and left. They had lived for 18 months 3 stops up the railway line from Barton, hence why she knew the train route from Conisbrough where she lives now (near Doncaster).
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... guest house land, with a view of the Grand hotel. A gradual uphill ride southwards then, miserable weather with rain threatening all the time. Had thought about getting to Flamborough Head but we'd done over 30 miles, and a campsite was signposted at Hunmamby, afew miles south and inland from Filey (and down a steep hill....), and it was at least another 12 miles to the next campsite shown on our map -if it was actually there. Good call by Roger, as we'd just got the ...
... taking a train from York to London to help speed things up. The train station was crazy busy, and I really couldn’t see us navigating this with our gear let alone being dumped in the middle of London. Then there would be the fun of trying to cycle the city street and find our way…not good. Plus it was really expensive! So I signed up for cycling the distance instead. This could take us 3-4 days cycling ...