Chapters Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... tear to everyone's eye. It's just a shame it was so cold!! So as you can tell, since landing in the UK I've been incredibly busy with lots of wedmin (as my cousins wife calls it) but also sorting myself out. I've had two weeks back in the UK to get myself a passport, driving licence, various visas, Japan rail pass and money as well as sort out insurance claims and purchase anything I may need for leg two of my tour! So far things are going in the ...
... museum and went on an old steam boat. Sadly, didn't have time to go on the Trincomalee, which is a 3 - 4 masted ship and is the oldest fighting ship still afloat in the British navy, anywhere in the world.
... said to her friends she wondered if we'd be running and there we were.
On down to the welcome arms of Osmotherley village Hall. 32 miles 7 hours 16. We decided we weren't going to stay long and waste time. 2 years ago Andy had chatted to a guy here who said he was going back to triathlons as this was too much like hard work and that sparked our interest in multi sport training. We refueled and filled up water bottles with chia charge and left. I'm sure 2 years ago we got ...
Whitby is not the easiest place to get to by train however the long journey is well worth the effort, whether for a fish and chip lunch, the attractive town itself or the scenery that you can admire en-route. This was also the first time that we have arrived into Whitby by train.
Our journey from Derby started on the 07.13 CrossCountry service to Darlington, where we then changed for a Northern service ...
... Get this - we went to Scotland on Wednesday! The first thing I saw when we arrived was a bagpipe-playing busker - oh Scotland and your stereotypes!! We explored so much, but I definitely wore the wrong shoes... there is an incredible place called Arthur's Seat - most fantastic view - and just pure bliss while up there. We didn't have time to climb the mountain but that'll happen in Easter!
On Thursday I headed to Manchester to stay with a friend and celebrate her 18th ...