The Lion Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... s quite hard following the sat Nav when it's telling you to go right, but you have to go left to exit first. I found the gatehouse easily enough though. The nearest town is called Market Bosworth, which is a gorgeous old town, with only local stores. There is a market there tomorrow so I'm going to go get my food from there. I just went to the next town called Hinckley to ASDA supermarket to get dinner for ...
Back in the early summer, a colleague (Stuart), and I were asked by a University spinoff company if we would like to take a car from Citroen on a road trip around the country in order to collect telematics data for the company. This data could then compared with the Citroen's on-board telematics data, found to be far ...
... to stretch our legs. Stopped at a pub and had a drink and free wifi so was able to get in touch with Ross and the outside world. The sun then came out and it was quite hot. Tony bought a litre bottle of famous grouse for £6.95 which was very good . Back to azura and a spot of sunbathing before saying goodbye to gib and a shower to get ready for the evening ...
Woke up this morning to a rather rocky ship, winds rain and rough seas, went up on deck for breakfast and looking out to see could see some blue sky on the horizon so hope it will brighten up later. Just had a report from the bridge that the winds are gusting force nine and some of the outside decks have been closed. Must say it is a little rocky. Thunder lightening and rare type of waterspout seen from the ship, ...
... around the former mill workings. The mill pond is now a rowing and boating venue and its banks are now a very attractive public park. Its the end of the well dressing season in the Peaks District – a very ancient custom where village wells and water sources are honoured by erecting pictures made out of natural materials (flowers, petals, leaves, twigs, seeds, bark, stones, etc) into panels filled with clay. ...