Elme Hall Hotel
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Excellent price for the facilities. Had a wonderful meal from their daily set menu.
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Stopped for an ice cream in the market place. Lovely market town. 66.5km 4 hours 27 mins cycling time. Very strong headwinds took the bike backwards at times!!! Journey took around 7 hours with stops.
... we are off to Scotland! We plan to spend 6 nights in both Edinburgh and Glasgow, before returning to Peterborough on the 5th. We'll change the suitcase and then we're off on the plane to Portugal! I'm desperate for some sun and beaches so I think this trip will go down very well :P
Well I hope everyone has a safe and lovely Easter break - don't eat too much chocolate!!
Megz :) x
PS - Well done Australia!! #CWC2015
... making up my air mattress for the night since my furniture isn’t being delivered till Monday. It starts feeling really cold again in the house and a check of the radiators reveals that after barely heating up they are once again cold and dead. I try everything. I fiddle with the thermostat. I build myself a nest of blankets and clothes on my air mattress. I even take down a pair of curtains to use as extra blankets. But despite it all it’s 8pm ...
... dead-end road. I think they were more surprised to see me than I them.
The best food I had in Peru was the trout at Lake Titicaca and the alpaca at the salt pans but I also enjoyed many a chicken meal with the obligatory potatoes. In the Pollo cafés you can get soup, chicken (cooked in a wood oven), chips and salad for the equivalent of around £1.20 and it was delicious. Also delicious was the pan de pasas from the bakery crammed with huge juicy ...
... of the mines have been excavated and you can actually go down into them. It was pretty neat and just goes to show how amazingly old England is! We consider our oldest American mines to be from like the 1600s or so. These mines were originally dug in 2000 BC! Absolutely ...