Holiday Inn Peterborough West
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... about their business. The fritters who are late make ne smile with their mincing steps and galloping legs.
Sitting at Kings cross I realise you don't have to go far to find the beauty around you. In fact I didn't even have to leave home. But I love travel and experiences, they make me seem a lot smarter than I actually am.... In fact I'm getting home the day before my birthday..
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... we went out for Chinese with some staff from school, I went out for English breakfast, and received some beautiful presents from home.
The following day at school, one of the kitchen staff made an incredible cake for me, the staff sang happy birthday, and I received some cute little presents from everyone - definitely was a Monday I enjoyed :P
Shana's present was tickets to Cats on the West End for the following weekend, and what an incredible ...
Today we moved to Pat's for a few days, maybe we will recharge our batteries ready for our 9 day Ireland Tour next week. No I was wishful thinking,Bob's mate Mick took us to Ferry Meadow, we had a lovely stroll around there, had a coffee & a train ride. From there we went to the little village of Castor and visited Mick's sister Anne. All very enjoyable, lovely thatched roof houses, little ...
... the first floor was a room that was used to shelter some of these children – super cool!
Cheryl had promised to keep us busy and on the go all day – napping could throw off our schedule and we wanted to adjust as soon as possible. Our first activity of the day included taking Laci, Cheryl’s dog, for a walk on one of the walking paths in the village. Cheryl had some “wellies” (aka: rain boots) for Allison and I ...
... Bryan rang me and I couldn't tell him where I was because I didn't know. I stopped a passing cyclist and the very helpful young man walked with me back to the main road as he couldn't explain how to get there it was too complicated.
So, after a late breakfast we set off to come to Thorpe Meadows which is a development by Peterborough council involving a nature reserve, a rowing centre and some lovely moorings big enough ...