Hotel Campanile Doncaster
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Just testing this £30 Android tablet that I bought for my forthcoming travels. Just testing that I can post blogs and upload photos really. But here is a rundown of my plans to date...
Bought my return ticket direct from the airline (Qatar) as all the bucket-shop online flight sites seemed to put their prices up as soon as I rang them, by ...
... eaten too much breakfast... again?" "No." She replied. "It's five pounds to park." It did seem rather expensive until you realised that a team of little rock monsters came and washed and valeted your car while you wandered around looking at their big brothers. We went to have a look at the rocks. We followed the path that thread its way through and around the giant rock formations marvelling at the fact they were still standing when a lot of them seemed so precariously balanced. ...
... and friends. Lots of wonderful hospitality chucked our way, and loads of lovely food, drink and laughs. There's no better feeling than feeling loved and we've had a lot of that. We've bought heaps of stuff for our trip including a car with a convertible roof, handy for Spain, maybe not Norway, but you never know. We should have also bought a book that told us how to condense big things into small spaces because we seem to have too much to fit into the ...
... week now and have had time to think about some of the amazing sights and some of the lessons I have learned from this fantastic tour.
For starters punctured tyres will be replaced at the first opportunity on future trips. It's just not worth the hassle. And a compressor will accompany me on all future bike tours.
I also now know that I prefer riding alone, or ...
It would only be one more day's cruise to get back now. Next morning we set off through the very last bridges and final two locks. No need for the Nicholson's guide anymore, it's all very familiar now.
We pulled into the marina in the early ...