BEST WESTERN Middlesbrough Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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Off we go, shorter day, weather is good but still soggy under foot, thought we needed to build a raft, decided on a 500 metre detour, raining again, we did not need that !! , health is also good, 16 miles covered, that's now 76 in total and on schedule, my advice especially with this section, Danby Wiske to Richmond is you need a very good map reader as it is not sign posted well. Whilst stopping for a ...
Still raining,no sign of letting up, my recommendation to anyone doing this walk is " do not do the back packing " it is too demanding, I spoke to a guy on route today who said he has a thousand walkers through his cafe a year, and he has never had walkers with ...
To went to cook breakfast, it was to wet to light up the burners, Frosties bar it is then. Relentless rain all day, the weight of the packs are testing and getting heavier with the rain, 20 miles covered, no blisters, really pleased I invested in good boots, as these are imperative, really need ...
... we went for a walk down the pier which was very windy but had some pretty amazing views,
we then got back to the tent and relaxed we had fish and chips for dinner,
the next day was going to be more rain and bad weather so we decided to pack up the tent and set off home but had a stop at bampton cliffs on the way which was pretty amazing, with great views, and a nice walk.
... annuals, laid out in neat, unimaginative but colourful rows. This park holds many memories for both of us and it is good to walk and talk together. A sharp breeze takes the edge off the heat from a warmer than expected sun and our pace is brisk. I stop to take photos of the statue of Brian Clough, famous local boy and Manager of Nottingham ...