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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and heat efficient 3 storey homes built together just near the Trent. They have a small " garden" a roof terrace and cracking views. The house was due to be ready a couple of months ago but predictably things are running late and they are expecting to be in sometime in May. It is super-exciting although rather daunting too as there is lots still to get right and many decisions that need to be made about curtains, furniture etc etc. It was great to see the house in ...
... Sheffield for lunch at the Meadowleigh Centre. After a leisurely lunch wandered around Sheffield checking out the local shops and historical buildings. Then back to Tankersley Manor where we were joined for a few drinks by Vikki Van Beck and spent the afternoon catching up on the Boxer scene in UK. Time then to go clean up for ...
... the places and people that I met on my travels. I want to preserve my memories better! I also want my friends and family to know where I am as much as possible while I'm away and this seems to be the way to do it in 2015. So, please join me on my travels to America in September and follow me as I attempt to live with a bus load of 18-39 year olds for over 3 weeks! (When I say it like that, ...
... 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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Stratford upon Avon The promise of an eighteen degree sunny day has us excited as we set out on the Reader's Pilgrimage to the Shrine of the Bard. Arriving at the town of the Bard, the Bardette twitches with excitement at the prospect of being in Jerusalem, Mecca or Stratford, whichever is today's reality. We cross a street to a park beside canal boats ready for river cruises. We stop to pay homage to a large statue of the Bard on a pedestal, surrounded ...