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- Free parking
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I grabbed the bus to Frankfurt Hahn after checking flights and booking on a Ryanair at 06:45 this morning. I sat in the airport for a few hours as it was an early flight but it was fine. We left on time and despite a rather bumpy landing I made my way from Stanstead to Kings Cross for the train to Grantham and then home.
I have a couple of hours to waste away so grab a coffee and sit outside. I notice ...
It was dull and grey, typical England but at least it was dry.
Tanked up in Portsmouth and set off up the M27.
Just before the A34 it started to rain and the traffic was horrendous. The M40 was at a standstill.
It eventually thinned out on the A43 ...
Kicking off day from Hucknall. 200+ mile jaunt down to Portsmouth. Kawasaki have clearly modelled that bike seat from a Guiness beer crate, don't fancy that at all.
The run down to Portsmouth is a necessary pain to get to where you want to be. This time we went down the A606, through Melton Mowbray and Oakham, joining the A43 at Northampton, completely missing the M1 which was a welcome ...
... a lovely three days with Neil, Nicole and Samuel in Ingatestone - walking through the countryside, catching up on family affairs and checking out Chelmsford and Writtle, we headed to Lincoln today via Peterborough. Weather was foul in the morning and spoilt our walk in Peterborough but as the sun came out this arvo, we did our own walking tour of Lincoln. What a great ...
... London, they must hear quite a few Kiwis and be used to the accent. But Lincoln is very much provincial England though I did overhear quite a few Polish speakers.
I'd arranged to hire a couple of bikes and we met the guy down by the River Witham. Our destination was two little villages - Fiskerton and Heighington Fen. This was where two of my great grandparents came from. The old rail path was flat but there was ...