Branston Hall Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Branston
... used as a prison for the Roundheads, who when they won blew up the main curtain wall. On our way out of Middleham we passed a sign to a chocolate factory, so a quick diversion! We arrived at Nats in Lincoln loaded with cheese and butter from Wensleydale, chocolate from Middleham, and mead and elderberry wine from Lindisfarne. Oh and some Yorkshire ...
This is my last night at home before I head out to Guatemala via Houston.
I'm too nervous to sleep and I'm enjoying my bedroom for the last time.
I am also finishing some last minute music downloads and playlist editing for my ipod. Setting off at 4:30 in the morning for London Heathrow. I will also be keeping a personal journal as well as an online blog.
I will post again once I'm there and I get chance.
... a suitcase as I am not "trekking" in the proper sense as I am part of an organised tour that take your luggage for you! However I've finally decided on the rucksack I want - a Northface Borealis day sack! Sadly I know all its features and could explain them in a 10 minute video on You Tube - but don't panic I won't! However the sad geek in me ...
... flying out and back. Sharon's now full of cold and we are both tired. However we mustn't let it spoil what was a wonderful holiday which we both fully enjoyed. So no more blogging. Below is a summary of the cruise to end with. Ship - Ruby Princess Gross Tonnage - 113,561 tonnes Overall Length - 948ft Maximum Passengers - 3599 Maximum Crew - 1200 In command - Commodore Guiseppe Romano Total miles sailed on this cruise - 4670 Nautical miles Over and out. Thanks for following us ...
... windows, we certainly made an entrance and manage to secure ourselves as best we can until the storm subsides. There's action in the Basin soon after the storm subsides because it's time for some boats to go into the lock here and out onto the River Trent on the tide. We slip into a mooring space that comes free and it's accessible for the Belling engineeer to come aboard in the morning. Perfect. The evening sunset in the basin makes our day, it's glorious.