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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... back off at the house to have something to eat and a sit down before I headed off to training. Once again the divide between the club was still apparent with some of the first team not bowling to the second team and vice versa. It's pathetic and childish but what can I do. Nikki dropped me back off to the house where Jenna made chilli con carne for dinner, it was ...
I slept like a log last night. I have been sleeping well the last couple of nights and not waking up during the night, it hasn't been like this for a while. The morning consisted of the usual breakfast and filling in time with me watching Homeland and Jenna reading/researching. I skyped Nan and Grandad today, it is really nice to be able to talk to them and for them to hear first hand what Jenna ...
... to Cosmo with Kat and Waggy. Cosmo is an all you can eat restaurant that offers everything from Italian, British, Mexican, Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Indian, and of course desserts. The food was excellent and they had a huge selection to choose from. I typically ate a lot of Chinese and Indian food because I love it, so much so that I ate four plates worth and felt ...
Monday March 23rd Thought meaning that we were in Holland we'd better go and have a look at some windmills. There was a little tourist town called Zaans Schaa that specialised in them so we caught the train along with other windmill enthusiasts and went there. There were probably around six or seven windmills but only two had the sails going around. It wasn't because it wasn't windy where the others were, but because all the owners of windmills belonged to the ...
We left York on Wednesday morning under overcast skies and headed south on the A1. On the way to our hotel in Chesterfield we stopped at Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire. Although originally built in the 12th century, the Little Castle that is seen today was built in the 17th century by Charles Cavendish and his son William who completed it as a "Pleasure Palace". Some of the ornate rooms have been restored and give a glimpse ...