Holmhirst Safari Hotel
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... I never really considered just how much technical stuff I'd need. But I know it'll all be worth it when I get there and I'm facing -20 degrees!
Got a stinking headcold and dodgy throat as well too - which is not ideal, but I'm just hoping its my body anticipating the change of climate and is getting it out of its system before we embark - one can hope eh?
... After a photo it was on to Durham. Our hotel was on the outskirts of town but ended up being one of those hotels that you would always stay at again if you were in the area. Modern rooms, parking just outside your window and a lovely bar and restaurant. We had a quick drive through the town in the morning and thought that this might be a town we would like to explore more next time. We rode out of Durham, catching only a glimpse ...
... to experience the rotation between the canals. From Falkirk we drove 4 hours to York to visit the National Railway Museum where there are trains on display from Stevenson's Rocket to the modern day Euro Star and the Japanese Bullet Train. After booking in to a B&B in York we walked to a local pub for dinner and then wandered to the York Cathedral. What an amazing church and so large. The bells rang around 8pm and I think my ears are still ringing from that ...
The months of anticipation and planning are over, here we are, lives packed in a campervan waiting to sail for Rotterdam and the Rhine lands beyond. The drive down to Hull was fairly uneventful. After a morning of rain showers we collected Evan from school and were underway by 2pm. Evan slept half of the way.
Miles travelled: 129
Places Visited: Terminal 1, King George Dock, ...
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Grazing is an important management tool for the eastern part of the reserve and sheep are often present. For this reason dogs are not permitted on the areas to the east of the road."
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