Hotel Campanile Doncaster
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I enjoyed the drive from Liverpool yesterday - motorway much of the way but eventually they finished and the A road wound it's way through the edge of the Peak District. No photos though as my camera is packed in my big suitcase and I am not dragging it out with me! I am staying at the Mercure which is right in the centre of town, virtually a pedestrianised ...
... unable to come up with the software-enabled car at the last minute, so the whole project was shelved. Fast forward to the end of October and a couple of new cars make an appearance, and once again we are asked if we want to go. Luckily we both had a 5-day gap in our schedules, so were up for it. This is the story of that trip.
Its Thursday and its getting late, i'm tired and cozy all snuggled in bed... I check the time and set the alarm like every other night...
Tomorrow, which is Friday will be my last working day in the UK for 12 months before embarking on my trip of a life time!
Time to say goodbye to the 9-5 ...
... have completed a degree already and decide they want to teach in an area related to their undergraduate. There are school-led training options across the country and they focus on a hands on training in the school environment.
School centered initial teacher training (SCITT) as schools that have been approved by the government to run their own teacher training courses. These usually last a year. This results in the award of Qualified ...
... 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 ...