Best Western Lee Wood Hotel
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So today is the the day I begin my journey, although a Travelodge in Birmingham isn't quite as exciting as Tanzania... (probably dirtier as well).
I'm currently doing some last minute rearranging of suitcases to fit everything in, with the help of Kenny ...
... a couple of houses, and a large tourist centre. We had lunch at the nice little cafe there. We explored the visitor centre to see what walks we could do. We didn't have a lot of time left in the day so we drove up the road a bit to Dovedale. Here we walked along a track to the stepping stones which are limestone rocks laid out over the Dove river. They have been there for over 100 ...
... that my mother and Kenny seem to have planned an excessive amount of scrabble tournaments (I hate scrabble) and tea drinking sessions so she might not have time to miss me! Well I'd better get back to packing (more on that later) Also I would like to say a big THANKYOU to everyone who attended my fundraiser in the summer and to everyone who has given me money for this trip, I couldn't have done it without you!
... was imprisoned here on the orders of Elizabeth I in 1569) it has been enlarged and altered over the centuries, and sits in 25 square miles of grounds, some of which were landscaped by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown. At 18 pounds each to get into the house and gardens it was one of the most expensive attractions we have visited, but it was worth every penny. Inside, the house has lavish royal apartments and staterooms packed with priceless paintings, tapestries, ...
... a tube of ‘Munchies’ at a petrol station. Yes, they were still good. Polos of
course, became a constant companion. I suspect they are responsible for some rotten teeth from years ago, as it was a habit with some of us at school to see how long we could make one ‘mint with the hole in’ last. Most of the afternoon sometimes, when placed against the gum, being careful not to break the loop as it got ...