Half Moon Hotel and Restaurant
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Friday was my leaving do. It was my 'last Friday' before I fly, so I went to Lark Lane for tea and drinks with my friends and colleagues. It felt like it was someone else's leaving do, but with my friends there, so it was lovely. Until Saturday morning, when I feel decidedly rough and had a long journey and still a lot of jobs ahead of me. I'm now back in Grimsby, with the final haul of stuff back at mum and dad's and just the task of packing my backpack to ...
... decided on Lincoln for our day. We are getting used to the highways and the speed the cars drive - we sit on about 100km/hour but the audi's and Mercedes that they drive here fly past us doing 150km/per hour and make us look like we are not moving at all - this is all with wet snowy roads. A little scary but im sure we would be doing the same if we were used to it.
On the way we took a quick detour into Doddington hall which was ...
... amp; Lauren did their teen version of Boston sightseeing. Millie & Abbey had a ball and got spoilt by Maddy, Tanita & Carroline.
It was a perfect way to spend out last day in Boston.
Thanks for the great memories!
Wow what a night!
After facebooking an event to hopefully meet some of my British family for the first time we were utterly taken back by at 40-50+ strong turnout. Walking through the door to the Burton House Restaurant we were anxious, nervous and not sure what to expect then all of a sudden it was like the pages I see daily on facebook had come to life.
It was fabulous to also see the Smith side of the family finally meet the Rowe side ...
... edge of a woodland. We had arrived in Lincolnshire.
Wednesday, we stopped for morning tea at a picnic bench in a little village, where we had a very interesting chat to an architect working on projects in the area. Apparently a lot of the farms and houses south of the River Humber were owned by the local Earl and his wife, so we commented, "well we hope they wouldn't have minded us camping on the edge of their property last ...