Best Western Pastures Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... So go return for £566, which is what I planned for.
Have booked into a nice hotel for my 1st 4 nights, in a quiet part of Thamel district in Kathmandu, so I can eat in the cafes, but get some sleep at night. They will pick me up from the airport too.
Need to book flight to Nepalganj next, and decide which Safari Resort to stay at ...
... struck lucky with our choice of hotel for the next few days. It was a great, classy, 16th century coaching inn with chocolates on your pillow at night and wonderful breakfast choices in the morning all for a bargain price. We got up, stuffed ourselves with breakfast, then went and had a look around Harrogate. The whole area including Harrogate was a bit of a trip down memory lane for us, as Amanda had worked up here shortly after we first met, so we'd spent a lot of time ...
... the pick up was from a hotel across the road so we walked over to get it. I'd read a few bad reports on the net about Thrifty Heathrow but they were great and after signing things without reading them and declining any upgrades the girl handed us our keys. "This one's brand new it only has seven miles on it." She told us. Maybe we should have took out the extra cover that took the excess down from a £1000. We set off back to our hotel to ...
On the Chesterfield Canal (from Retford to West Stockwith Basin).
On the River Trent (to Keadby, nr Scunthorpe).
On the South Yorkshire Navigations - Stainforth & Keadby Canal (from Keadby to Mexborough, nr Doncaster).
Cruising on these wide canals is very different from any other waterways we've experienced and we really like the wide open aspect - like a river, but it's a flat calm canal. At around 100 ft wide, with locks as long as 300ft, they were built for commercial traffic. Mainly open on both sides which makes our journey interesting, taking in the scenery. There are very few boats on the move, we pass perhaps two a day. There are a few familiar boats around that we met on ...