De-Kyme Hotel

Washdyke Lane, Immingham, Lincolnshire, England, DN40 2HL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Immingham

Antique shops

A travel blog entry by julieandnick


... the one past Best Western just down the road. He said you could spend a day or two there. This was more of a junk shop and 30 minutes was enough. We think we missed something but decided we would head back to Southwell and see how our luck goes at an auction at Grantham tomorrow. Also The Newark Antique and Collectors Fair is on on Friday. It is the largest in Europe, up to 2500 stalls. Should find a silver tea pot there. She says: I thought I had ...

Return to Torksey

A travel blog entry by clarecy


Thursday 22nd May: Lincoln to Torksey
(11 miles, 1 lock)

After a hearty breakfast at a student's union Bar in Lincoln Basin, we cruised back to Torksey along the Fossdyke and Witham, it's a straight and peaceful run on the Canal. Tomorrow we face our 2nd tidal journey on the River Trent.

We go through the lock and stay overnight on the holding pontoon, ready to go with the tide tomorrow morning to West Stockwith (entrance to the Chesterfield Canal).

Cromwell to Torksey and on to Saxilby

A travel blog entry by clarecy


... behind. Two other boats appeared from behind and overtook as they had more powerful engines.

The tide was visibly low, then started to rise a short while before we reached Torksey and we could feel the water coming towards us. Compared to the choppy waters of the Thames, this was a very calm journey, but the risk of getting stuck in the shallows was nerve-racking!

Into the Workhouse

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie


... for orphaned children as they were taught to read and write. There were many rules to live by and if you disobeyed them, there were many punishments that included only being given bread and water to eat. The buildings remained in use until the 1990s, in the 50s, 60s and 70s it was home to families who needed emergency housing. I certainly would have hated to live ...

Mr Straw's House, Clumber Park and cub scouts

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie


Whoa, we had a big day today! Anne took us for a walk around their village and we got to see All Saints Church, which dates from the 13th century, but was rebuilt in 1846-1847. We also walked along the Chesterfield Canal, which runs from the River Trent to Chesterfield and is about 46 miles (74 km) long. The towpath we walked along is known as The Cuckoo Way and the countryside is very pretty. Next we headed off to visit Mr ...


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