Half Moon Hotel and Restaurant
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... 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 ...
... it at the huge hit it felt like for the first few days, I quickly turned it around into something positive.
Travelling is something I've enjoyed doing for a long time, and since about the age of 13 I've wanted to go to Australia and this is my chance. My things have been sold, donated to charity or stored - I still have a heap of clothes to sort through and find other homes for. There are some ...
... hear Texas Gun for the rest of the evening.
Saturday...we took the shuttle bus in to Lincoln city along with what seemed like hundreds of other folks. There were 4 buses just going there and back constantly throughout the day. Steep Hill is very aptly named, excessively steep would be a better expression. Luckily it had lots of pretty little unusual shops to stop and look in on the way up. We arrived at the square in front of the ...
... is a lovely old city which, like the surrounding countryside, goes back to Roman times and even earlier. There is a lot of English history associated with this region. The city is full of narrow, cobble-stoned streets, old buildings and Roman remains. Newport Arch is part of the Roman North Gate (built early in the 3rd century) and is the only surviving Roman gate in Britain open to traffic.
Lincoln has ...
... pub to taste some local beers and then on to meet Juli and Peter's son, Marcus, his wife Tracey and their two boys, Nathan & Connor for dinner at a restaurant near the renovated wharf area of Lincoln. It is many years since we last saw Marcus. Wednesday we started off with a walk around the village and then coffee at "The Beach". This is a coffee shop in Metheringham village where the outside area has been made to look like Southport Beach complete with beach huts and ...