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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... radiate off the bride and groom for the whole day as they have each other's love and all of their favourite people in one room at the same time. Watching my little sister get married increased this feeling tenfold. A lot of these people in this room were my favourite people too (the whole extended family had been invited) and I can't even find the words to say how much Harriet and her happiness mean to me. She looked beautiful and calm throughout and ...
... as although I kept drinking my Chia Charge I need to top up with a Chia Charge flapjack as well.
Kildale 12 miles, just over 2 hours we were well within the cut off time. No drop bags, we were glad we'd not bothered especially as there were enough treats there to keep us going. A drink of coke, some sweets and a flapjack. On and up the road towards Bloworth. Good to chat to people in this giant game of leapfrog, knowing you'd be spending the day catching some people up ...
... shopping and numerous fish and chip shops - a good job we arrived just in time for lunch!
Our lunch was had at the Quayside fish and chip restaurant which was voted the best in the UK in the 2014 annually held competition. The fish and chips (or chunky homemade fish cake for Heather) were very nice, but a tad expensive at £10.00 for cod and chips. It is hard to tell whether these really are the best ...
... back to Oxford, but on the way we stopped at Hardwick Hall. We learned of a peculiar story of a girl (Arabella) who thought she would one day be queen but instead ended up locked in the tower of England all because she wanted to choose who she would marry. We made it back and reluctantly resumed projects and homework that were put off before the weekend. Overall, it was a long and exhausting weekend, but one of the best trips so ...
... was cooling me down more. I knew I'd be sheltered soon so didn't want to put on my waterproof but eventually did. Hayburn Wyke checkpoint turned up quicker than I expected. A welcome sight. I was sure I saw someone going past the pub rather than behind it and down all those steps.I think there weren't enough ribbons at the pub to make people know they needed to turn back on themselves to where there were plenty of yellow ribbons to guide us.I was in for a shock or ...