Best Western Admiral Rodney Hotel
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... house. Then set off for Lincoln. Visited Beth and Barry, old University friends from Kings, who we last saw in February, while awaiting the arrival of the Boomer. We had, of course, had lunch in London with Beth last week. Great to have another evening to catch up on family news. Next morning, a conducted tour of the Boomer was ...
... nets, then sinking just before the dam wall and exploding, for maximum effect. The Air force base is now home to the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team or Red Arrows which tour the world performing their aerobatic show. The Air base is open to visitors to visit the Heritage centre which houses some of the relics of the Dam Busting mission, including the bouncing bomb, and also to visit the RAF Fire fighting museum which is also onsite.
... it at the huge hit it felt like for the first few days, I quickly turned it around into something positive.
Travelling is something I've enjoyed doing for a long time, and since about the age of 13 I've wanted to go to Australia and this is my chance. My things have been sold, donated to charity or stored - I still have a heap of clothes to sort through and find other homes for. There are some ...
... hear Texas Gun for the rest of the evening.
Saturday...we took the shuttle bus in to Lincoln city along with what seemed like hundreds of other folks. There were 4 buses just going there and back constantly throughout the day. Steep Hill is very aptly named, excessively steep would be a better expression. Luckily it had lots of pretty little unusual shops to stop and look in on the way up. We arrived at the square in front of the ...
... which we didn’t revisit this year as it’s still being refurbished, and a magnificent cathedral! The castle and cathedral are on top of a very steep hill (14% gradient at its steepest point), called "Steep Hill"! There is a bus which goes up to the top but we climbed Steep Hill twice – as part of Robert’s recovery regime!!
Lincoln Castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1068 and ...