Holiday Inn Express Leicester City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The potato tour is over, the boys were keen to get to the airport, which turned out to be the right move as traffic was horrible. I was dropped at Milton Keynes railway station and trained into London Euston, only took about 30 min and was nice and smooth trip. Was a Virgin train and it seemed to kick along, I think it it goes 125 mph which is like …
... myself of the madness of my decision!) I have OCD about personal hygiene, live alone and enjoy my own company! Not sure Trek America was my wisest decision - but we shall see. Let the adventure begin! Well the preparation at least!! I am starting in LA on September 14th travelling to New York till 8th October. I've added the map so you can see the route I will be taking. Will update soon Natalie ...
... champers and dinner to celebrate Mum and Dad's 50 year milestone. We had a lovely evening helped along by some magic tricks from Rob and a great game of Sequence. Alice was VERY happy with that as she always wants to play games and loves it when we find her some enthusiastic participants!
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... Road and Westcoates Drive the old homes of Beaver's grandparents. Beaver then popped in to see Grandma and Aunty Sheila while Slug went for a walk and bought a Fry's cream bar, which excited him immensely. The next stop was Knighton to see the next chapter of Beaver's life... School, local area, home, guide & scout hut and the Craddock for Slug's first slug of pommy bitter. Being in Leicester Everards was mandatory. We finally got hold of Beaver's ...
... the obvious answer was why not. What a bottler.
We found a garden that sits at the base of Warwick Castle and has the remains of a medieval bridge at the bottom. See photo of owner enjoying the "sun". It was a terrific find.
Then back on the road to Kenilworth Castle, one of the largest piles of rock in England.
Built by King John who surrounded it with a lake, ...