BEST WESTERN PREMIER Yew Lodge Hotel
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We've arrived. We've done it. Portland, OR, USA to Leicester UK, overland by bus and train as far as practically possible. We feel happy. Here are the interim stats...
14 countries between the US and the UK.
60+ towns, cities and hotels.
We're still working on the blog and will continue to post for a few ...
... The next week I went shopping at Asda. I had just checked out when the police came in and started evacuating the store. I asked one of the officers what was going on and apparently there was some crazy man waving a knife around inside and threatening people. I could have went straight home since I already got what I came in for but I decided to stick around and watch the ensuing chaos. More police cars flooded into ...
... if they had done a walk-on part on a Charlie Boorman crapumentary.
Will had done me proud and certainly qualifies as a junior bore.
Here's to next time son :)
Miles today: 203
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Wednesday 3rd - Birstall
If you're reading this Rod, yes, the stretch of river heading north out of Leicester was a bit dreary in parts but was very soon erased from our memory upon our arrival at Thurmaston Lock when we discovered Watermead Country Park.
Sitting just five miles north of Leicester, Watermead Country Park is a 140 hectare green oasis. It is a haven for wildlife and a peaceful stretch of countryside.
... we can do, uphill is a different matter so gave up and returned to sit in the sun and watch the world go by until lunchtime. We picnicked in the van until 2.00pm and then caught the Rutland Belle cruiser to go for a watery trip. Once more a very talkative and interesting chappie who took us up to where the dam was built, round to Normanton church which had been saved from being submerged when the area was flooded, back past the Sailing Club ...