Discovery Inn Leeds
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Up early having trouble sleeping but after another English breakfast buffet we drove into Barnsley City Centre and found a Market of over 203 stalls in progress but the weather has changed raining and very cold so we opted to walk around the city centre for a while. After coffee we then drove to Pots Hamper and met up with our friends for typical scones jam and cream and a few good laughs. Lovely cafe ...
... like going for a walk of a morning will be the things that will help get us through the next 6 months- even though it was absolutely freezing! Nikki picked us up and we went down to the club for my first game of cricket. All of the boys were really good and made both Jenna and I feel really welcome. Jenna has made friends with a few of the other players partners which has certainly made her feel ...
This morning we woke at 7am which is a big difference to the last two early mornings we have had, we woke up at a normal hour! We packed up our luggage and I had a quick phone call with mum on messenger and Skype with Steve. It certainly makes being away from home easier knowing we can contact them any time of the day. The breakfast spread was the same as the last two days so again we loaded up on breakfast to try and save money on lunch and dinner. We checked out ...
Leeds! UP HILL I actually almost had a melt down in a public park. Travelling all day, my bag is so heavy, I turn around there there had to be 30 stairs. I had tears in my eyes and weeped I can't do this anymore!!! And then it was the suck it up moment and we continued on. Our new classic line - it could always be worst! It will be worse! And it only got worse! The reviews on the hostel complained about bed bugs, we brushed them off and sucked it up. (It was already booked) ...
... an area that didn't seem all that bad to me.
We got to the actual streets she lived in (having lived in a number of houses within a small area) and many of her relatives that I have met.
The area was typical residential housing in an industrial town - but certainly not the worst I have seen. The houses were small but quaint and in general I found the area quite nice. I guess I'm not going to throw stones having grown up in ...