Humber Royal Hotel
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- Golf Course
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Meal plan
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... haven't sent me anything that vaguely resembles boarding information, or ticket information. Upon a bit of digging around, I've got my e-ticket that just needs to be printed now.
I'm later going to attempt to pack with mum, the bulky stuff at least, and have a general look over what gaps there might be in stuff! Before I started on the practicalities of ...
... the bikes it was back to the car.
We had booked a 2 bedroom apartment in Lincoln for the next two nights - £210 in total - bargain when divided between us. The apartment was about 200m from the west gate entrance to Lincoln Castle. As we have been eating out every night for the last few weeks, it was a unanimous decision to eat at home. We walked around the block to the local co-op and bought some essential provisions - bread, wine, ...
... a North Bar which is the original north gateway to the town built in 1409 for the cost of 96 pound 111/2 pence. On one side of the bar it is known North Bar within and the other side North Bar without hard to imagine why isn’t it. Then off to the Humber Bridge which spans the Humber River. The bridge for 19 years held the world record as being the bridge with the longest unsupported span. It is now beaten by one in Denmark and one in Japan. We all went out for tea at a nice ...
... Cathedral - next time! We spent the day riding down the coast through Whitby, Scarborough and Bridlington. All of these towns were busy with tourists enjoying the last few days of the summer school holidays. These seaside towns all boasted their amusement arcades where tourists spent their hard earned cash. Most people were wandering about in their shorts and t-shirts - we had on jumpers! We rode on to Hull for our evening ferry ...
... John picked us up.
Had Fish and Chips for dinner then caught up with the family stories before bed.
The next day we went to Grandma's childhood home and took pictures of the gate before heading into the local supermarket to take a look at the car boot sale. I ended up buying the first season of Greys for one pound so happy with that.
After that they dropped Mel and I off at Fingley Bridge and we walked the pier to ...