Days Inn Sheffield M1
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a new talent, rock skimming! Much time has been spent developing this talent... Last night we had a lamb roast and pav to celebrate Australia Day, We have found a couple of favourite places in Newark including a nearby park, Devon and Scone, a coffee shop called Strays and a pub called Oscars. Today was our last day in Newark so we ensured we visited each of these. We re off to London for a day before we depart for home on Thursday. Seeyou all ...
... struck lucky with our choice of hotel for the next few days. It was a great, classy, 16th century coaching inn with chocolates on your pillow at night and wonderful breakfast choices in the morning all for a bargain price. We got up, stuffed ourselves with breakfast, then went and had a look around Harrogate. The whole area including Harrogate was a bit of a trip down memory lane for us, as Amanda had worked up here shortly after we first met, so we'd spent a lot of time ...
Monday December 22nd We checked out and caught the early monorail to the airport, we were flying from a different airport from which we'd arrived and it was closer to town so easier to get to. We arrived at the airport and went in. Looked like we were in for another great day. We'd managed to end up at the wrong terminal. We'd headed for Terminal 1 because that's what we wanted, but no, Terminal 1 was domestic and we needed International, don't ...
... carriageway for most of the journey, and instead turn off further north at Junction 40 and head down the much more picturesque A592. This road skirts Ullswater and climbs over the Kirkstone Pass before dropping down to Windermere. It’s a beautiful drive, punctuated by bursts of sunlight through rain-heavy clouds. Proper Lake District weather, and definitely something we can ‘tick off’. The only bad thing is that the GoPro camera plays ...
... All up it was around 50km and took nearly 6 hrs including stops - cycling on the rail trail was fairly easy and very scenic. The off road section between the 2 trails was more strenuous and involved pushing the bikes up several steep sections. We were also caught in a sudden downpour but for most of the day the sun was shining and we ...