Campanile Hull - City Center
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... I never really considered just how much technical stuff I'd need. But I know it'll all be worth it when I get there and I'm facing -20 degrees!
Got a stinking headcold and dodgy throat as well too - which is not ideal, but I'm just hoping its my body anticipating the change of climate and is getting it out of its system before we embark - one can hope eh?
... lining the road, the whole place is really nice but the beach at the end wasn't much. From here we went to a museum called Eden Camp which was a prisoner of war camp but with all WW11 memorabilia throughout it. There were about 28 huts each with something different in it. Very well done as not only a display but it also had the smells and sound of air raids etc. with it. Got to Peter and Valerie's at Eastrington and then went out for tea at a Witherspoon’s pub and had a ...
... than we expected. We found a restaurant close to the hotel, enjoyed a beer and dinner and returned to the hotel for the night. Back on the bike, we returned to the Autobahn for the rest of our ride. Days like today make you really appreciate that you are on a bike. The traffic was heavy as much of the road was being repaired. At one stage we rode for 15km - lane splitting the whole way through bumper to bumper traffic (don't tell ...
... down into Pyecombe we passed a big field full of poppies, colouring the valley a beautiful red. We stopped for lunch in the village on a thoughtfully provided shady parkbench, then continued climbing back up to Ditchling Beacon at the top of the Downs. We entertained ourselves on the way up by watching the antics of the golfers on the very large golf club that our trail passed through the middle of.
We then followed a long undulating ...
... 130pm to meet Kat. When we were at the Norbiton, she tells me that we are going in London. I'm thinking to myself "Do we really have to? I’ve just spent the last two or so hours on a train and now you want to take me into London?" Anyway, we put my luggage into her car and hop back onto another train to London.
Unfortunately, I was far too tired from the train journey to Norbiton to fully appreciate what London is all about. But all ...