Middlesbrough Hotel - Sporting Lodge
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Up early (even earlier when Kerry posted onto Facebook at 5am and I thought it was my alarm!!)
Hard boiled eggs to go (no cooked breakfast today), headed for the 7.40am bus from Harrogate to Boroughbridge, through about 6 other little villages - what a delightful bus ride through English villages and countryside and in the good company of a young man named Tom. He's into an apprenticeship in Digital Marketing and told me the names of each village and we got to know ...
... the Manageress asked us what we was doing, when we told her, she tearfully replied "no charge" how inspiring !!! We had a great morale boost today, Karen my lovely wife & Kim my daughter came to see us with fresh supplies, Ryan was more than delighted as they brought him 2 boxes of emergency Jaffa cakes, Kim walked the last five miles with us, stopped and had some snap before departing back to ...
... have organised sherpers who move kit from b&b's to another or organised campsites, " now they tell us " never mind,dropping into a b&b tomorrow, even the sheep are getting offended by the way we smell. On another note morale is good after our 21 miles ...
we decided to go camping in whitby for the weekend,
with a stop on the way at heartbeat (tv series) we had a look round & had a coffee in the aidensfield arms (which was rather expensive) it was quite amusing coming from a big city to seeing 100s of sheep in the roads and roaming free haha then went onto whitby,
it was raining betime we got there so quickly set the tent up ...
As much as we had made a bad decision to catch the early bus after our Sunday sesh, we were able to slightly recover for the few hours it took to get to Middlebrough and straighten up before meeting Zarah’s Nana.
We arrived in Middlesbrough mid morning and were greeted at the bus station my Zarah’s cute little English Nana – Sheila (yes that’s her ...