Humber Royal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Stonehenge is...well...outside. Sue Cooper was an angel and bought my ticket and my lunch (which we will discuss later). The visitors center is a vast futuristic looking building which is my only guess as to why it's almost 2 miles away from the actual monument. Don't want to ruin the novelty of a 4500 year old monument.
Instead of taking the bus we decided to walk. First we stopped at a recreation of the huts that the stone age architects were said to have lived ...
... with this Inner Vision & Truth sit quietly & breathe through the following affirmations.
I SHED all fear and walk through the doorways of the elemental kingdoms with joy
I EMBRACE the new with strength, faith and courage
I SING my Soul's song and turn the key that opens me to a new path, a deeper connection.
In Australia we are coming up to Imbolc at the beginning of August, a celebration of inviting the sun back from ...
... in between attempt 1 and going back packing. Went around to see Tracey and Stuart so I could say goodbye. Came home and had dinner. Fissioned packing, and then Grandma's brother came around to say goodbye. Spending the rest of the evening doing very little again. Chance to catch up on here for example. Will be watching at least a bit of the German Grand Prix tonight. And then early to bed and hope for no storms ...
Good day exploring Lincoln. Only drawback ... such steep streets. Climbed our way up to Lincoln Cathedral and Castle. Originally built in the time of William the Conquorer (11th centuary) when he wanted the two built so close because he didn't want to walk too far to church from home!!
The town is built by a pretty river/canal in a deep valley. It was a real gem of a place. Had lunch with Robin and Stella on a boat restaurant. Enjoying fabulous ...
We set off this morning early enough that we will hopefully beat the crowds down to the Royal Yacht Brittania which is moored as a permanent exhibition at Edinburgh Docks. This early start has paid off - no queues and there's only about 3 small groups of people ahead of us.
Now, just in case you didn't know, John is a bit of a boat fanatic ... but despite the size and mint-condition that this yacht has been kept in, he is a ...