Days Inn Donington
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The best day and night of my life. From waking up and having a fry up with the summit crew to getting ready together and the going to the church. As soon as I approached the church I saw Dave outside and started crying I was so happy to be there. Katie said that I was the first person she saw she entered the church and she couldn't stop smiling. At the end of ...
... will have to carry?
2 hours I've been working on it now and I've come to a pause because I can't decide whether to take 2 or 3 pairs of walking socks!!! Is this a sign of the tough decisions I have ahead of me? If so bring it on!!!
I did it, slightly heavier than anticipated, weighing in at 19kg but ho hum I'll have huge muscles by the ...
... deal of religious tolerance. Hindism and Buddhism are very compatible religions anyway. Perhaps the rest of the world could take note that religions can coexist in peace!
We continue the trek down to Jomsom where we are due to take a flight tomorrow to Pokhara for the last stage of out trip. We are now following the course of the kali Gandaki river. The river bed is famous for it's fossils. Nepal was once under the sea! These fossils are ...
... Two pound fifty for all day parking and a free return bus ride to the city. How come Sydney can't manage this system.
Today we drove up to Clumber Park. 4000 acres of gardens and woods once the home to the Dukes of Newcastle. The mansion was demolished a few years back, and everything sold off, because the present Duke couldn't be bothered maintaining it. Now owned by the National Trust. Drove back and into a pub for ...
Nov. 9-15, 2012:
"Vibrant" would describe Nottingham. It's a university town, so it’s buzzing with young people, and it is also very multicultural. There is some attractive redbrick architecture. A theatre and a concert hall are just a block from the expansive Old Market Square, where they were erecting a huge Christmas tree in front of the Council House. The Square has been the centre of Nottingham’s economic life for almost ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed