Holiday Inn Express Peterborough
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After a great night's sleep we had decided to take in some of the local sights and scenes without too much travel. Graham/Jackie took us to visit Burghley House. This is an Estate built in the mid 1500's by William Cecil. Quite unbelievable...the way some people lived during those days and the amount of wealth they procured ...the Art collection alone is absolutely PRICELESS!!! in ...
Today we had a tour of Yaxley, a lovely amble along the banks of the river Nene in Peterborough and visited the Peterborough Museum, again very enjoyable. I could relate to the many tales and history Bob has told me over the last 43 years about his birth ...
I did very little today. I went for a walk and I read.
I didn't cook. I had the lovely Chris to cook scrumptious meals for me.
I didn't clean. Wasn't anything to clean.
I just went out under a tree and did nothing.
... else. We have to make an early start back to Ferry Meadows tomorrow as Malnax (Mel, Nathan, Alex) are coming. I plan to go to the cathedral tomorrow for the 8 am service then back to fill with water etc before leaving.
Went to the 8am service at the cathedral. About 20 in congregation. Not bad for that time in the morning. The sermon from Jonathan Baker was good. Filled ...
... at King's Cross Station, we find major refurbishment works under way. While here we must of course find that little-known platform between platforms 9 and 10. The path to platform 9 is blocked by hoarding - a number of platforms have been temporarily closed while the refurbishment work is going on. It turns out J. K. Rawling had it wrong. P"latform 1 is off by itself which throws out the expected sequence of shared platforms. Across the other side of the track from platform 1 ...