Premier Inn Barnsley Central M1 J37
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Meal plan
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... their yummy salads. And of course they had no salads, no wraps, nothing at all remotely healthy and the chicken and fish sandwiches we bought were downright awful. What I wouldn't give for a salad bar about now.
For our afternoon coffee break, we stopped at Costa Coffee which features wonderful Italian style coffee. It got me thinking about why so many English people prefer Nescafe instant coffee to a fine, rich ...
... for the big Manor House which stands there. Once housing the Lord of the Manor who would have been a Sir or Earl or something and owned most of the land around here. Barbara's father was a chauffer employed at the Manor for years starting probably in the early 1900s. I am going to try to do some research to see who was in residence at that time and see if I can find a list of staff.
Thomas Chippendale, ...
Just caught the 10:27 to Kings Cross Station, London. Maybe we'll see Harry Potter?! So we haven't seen Harry, but here's what we did spot today... After getting settled in the hotel we ventured our to conquer the tube - which we did splendidly. Our first ride we were packed in tight, but that gave us an appreciation when the car wasn't as full. We rode over to St. Paul's Cathedral and learned ...
... on this trip was to Rochdale. This was for Graeme – from his research, his father’s family originated from this zone. We could research back to 1718-20, but again, the trail dries up. As it happened, we couldn’t get to the Manchester Library Records, as we arrived here over the weekend. This didn’t matter, as we already had the name of churches in Rochdale, Bury and Middleton. Again, we hoped to find some gravestones, ...
... before making our way across the Scottish Borders and onto Stirling. On the way we made a quick photo stop at the Angel of the North statue (pretty cool) and of course at the border crossing into Scotland. We couldn't believe how different Scotland was to England and we weren't that far past the border. It was like being in a different country! We stopped at a few lovely villages ...