Holiday Inn Rotherham-Sheffield M1, Jct. 33
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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... catch up with him and Avril over team and cakes in the garden (a 20 degree evening in April - a real treat) and to hear what they have been up to.
Friday was a bit frustrating as we had hoped to get some shopping done for the girls but our efforts went unrewarded. We also spent a few hours in IKEA looking for stuff for the new house and came away with ideas and questions but no actual purchases. We had a very slow journey back to Blyth due to traffic ...
... odds and ends all hand made. Then went to Silkstone to see Targets dad Boydie and the boxer family. Had. Few more laughs and then back to Tankersley Manor where we met up with Margaret and Robert for dinner. Weather is terrible cold and wet and forecasting snow for tomorrow . Barnsley is a pretty place with lots of gardens and as it is spring tulips and daffodils sway gently in the cold winds everywhere ...
... better and more comfortable being down at the club. Our first game was a success where we won with one wicket in hand in the last over. We bowled first and the opposition made 203 in there 45 overs, they looked like making 300 but it was only the top four batsmen who made runs for them, they fell away pretty quickly after that. I took one catch and also took one wicket, bowling the number 3 batsmen. ...
... hotel at 9 to give ourselves plenty of time to get to Kings Cross and find out where we need to go. Carrying our luggage from the hotel to Pimlico station was a lot harder then I thought it would be. We finally made it to Pimlico and caught the tube to Kings Cross with plenty of time to spare, so we sat down to rest our legs at Pret and I had a coffee. We eventually found out which platform we had to catch the train from (unfortunately it wasn't platform 9 3/4) ...
... away from. It was when we didn’t move that the Unloader
Chappies (more technical jargon....sorry) gathered round us in clouds of
garlic, with cries of ‘Sacre Bleu’ and ‘Do nit meeve’ that we got some help. In
a flash, the van had been unhitched, manoeuvred this way and that way, with
much Gallic shouting and gesticulating, and then finally hitched again. With a
flourish of arms, the Head Unloader Chappie stopped the ...