Holiday Inn Express Leicester City
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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What a fabulous day fishing, Paul took us to Waterloo farm, such a beautiful pond and country side. We had a delicious English breakfast and I got to try Black Pudding for the first time. So many huge Carp teasing us all day, till finally we got the catch of the day :) I got the pleasure of pulling it in. We met up with Allen and Jane for tea in a very quaint old Pub the Stags Head in Doddington. They took us on a little tour through Wellingborough on the way ...
We have been kindly lent a car by my Dads cousin so we can travel a round and sight see a little, very generous. We took advantage of this and went to Salcey Forrest south of Northampton. It is a beautiful Forrest with lots of walks, great paths, easy access making it a fabulous place for all the family, even the dog! Auntie Pauline came with us and we had an enjoyable cuppa before setting off on the walk. Dad couldn't walk too far so Mum and him did what he could while auntie ...
... Garden Created originally by Robert Dudley, earl of Leicester, in time of Queen Elizabeth I's visit in July 1575. Continued South to Lower Slaughter & checked in to the Lower Slaughter Inn where we had lovely dinner and called it a ...
... and she came to meet us at the Craddock with some scones. It was great to see Sangy and happily we persuaded her to come and stay with us in Rutland on Sunday. Slug mentioned that he fancied a curry so she kindly offered to make one and bring it with her. Waving goodbye to Sangy and Leicester we headed for Rutland, via the scenic route through the countryside of Leicestershire. Slug was impressed with the cute villages and yellow fields. We arrived ...
... extended by John of Gaunt and then by Robert Dudley, Queen Elizabeth's favourite. It is huge.
As it's a Saturday and school holidays, the place was full of sword-wielding young Britons.
The 8 year old with the plastic sword, the red hair and the patient father exclaimed " I want to be bwave. Yes dad I am bwave." He then headed off to acts of derring do.