Palm Court Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I love spending time with people you've known for years, even if you haven't seen them for years and also meeting new people; the music during the ceremony and then afterwards and I definitely love the dancing; that everyone makes such an effort and gets dressed up. I love the daytime drinking, I definitely think this is underrated and I love the silly games we play; the little details people plan to make their wedding day special and I love seeing ...
... as although I kept drinking my Chia Charge I need to top up with a Chia Charge flapjack as well.
Kildale 12 miles, just over 2 hours we were well within the cut off time. No drop bags, we were glad we'd not bothered especially as there were enough treats there to keep us going. A drink of coke, some sweets and a flapjack. On and up the road towards Bloworth. Good to chat to people in this giant game of leapfrog, knowing you'd be spending the day catching some people up ...
... before taking the 10.28 departure to Whitby arriving at 11.59. The latter journey, through the North Yorkshire Moors National Park on the Esk Valley Line, was very nice with snow topped hills and lovely moorland scenery to admire as we slowly made our way to the coast (the bit around Middlesbrough however is certainly not as attractive). Whitby station is pretty much in the centre of the town and just steps from ...
... absolutely spectacular and has probably been on of the best things I have done on this trip so far. By mile 7 I was feeling pretty defeated though and my outer appearance matched that description as well. I had all my layers torn off and hanging on my purse, waist, and shoulders. I basically had 2 heavy capes flowing from my back. It was a sight to see (apologies for not having a picture to prove it). Also, so much mud ...
... I remembered seeing someones post on facebook warning of 70MPH winds! That didn't happen. I chatted to a few people about their race plan and objectives for the year. I love hearing the stories of people aiming for longer events. Someone asked about the Hardmoors badge that's sown onto my rucksack that Andy arranged through Jon a few years ago.
Whitby arrived quickly and our first check point. Through the streets of the town and up the 199 steps, this was the ...