Ibis Chesterfield Centre
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and played games, then drove to the playground. Alice and Tom were oblivious to the icy wind but eventually we managed to drag them away! It was wonderful to catch up and see them looking so well and happy.
Later in the day we took the girls to see Pat and Ernie (Simon's parents) in Worksop and Alice scored another ice cream when the van just happened to stop outside their house.
Early nights all round - big day tomorrow!!!
Until next time, Kate ...
Up early having trouble sleeping but after another English breakfast buffet we drove into Barnsley City Centre and found a Market of over 203 stalls in progress but the weather has changed raining and very cold so we opted to walk around the city centre for a while. After coffee we then drove to Pots Hamper and met up with our friends for typical scones jam and cream and a few good laughs. Lovely cafe ...
... seven overs were good but Richie Bresnan (Tim Bresnan's brother) got stuck into me for the last two of my overs. It is going to take a while to adjust to bowling on the softer and slower wickets, it seems that the medium-slow bowlers are the ones who do the damage. I batted at number 5 and made 33, only hitting boundaries and singles because the boundaries are so small! The straight boundaries would ...
... it onto the train with ample time. The train trip took an hour and a half where we were able to see some of the countryside which was beautiful and something different compared to London. Nikki and Luke met us at the platform and helped us carry our luggage from the station to the car. The car trip took about half an hour and thank god we stopped at Houghton Main cricket ground because I was nearly car sick! They drive like rally car drivers over here. After ...
... owners club and had decided that not all of them needed to open every day, after all how much peanut oil could one town sell. So they took it in turns to open so the tourists could always see a windmill spinning and always have the opportunity to buy some delicious peanut oil. We walked towards the windmills, totally ignoring the ones that weren't going and headed straight to one that was. For a mere two euro's, you could go inside and watch all the wheels and ...