Premier Inn Doncaster - Lakeside
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... and worked down there - we looked at the remains of a Tannery which was really interesting. They were used as well during the war as air raid shelters.
We then did a wee bit of shopping before striding back to Nic's flat. Mum and Dad then took us out to a small village outside Nottingham called Wysell where an old friend from NZ lives with his family. Tim was in Christchurch for 2 years in the early 90's and he and Hamish were tramping buddies. It was ...
We woke reasonably early again today after we both slept like logs, we definitely needed a good nights sleep. We are slowly adjusting to the changes of a UK lifestyle and way of living but it is still going to take some time, especially getting settled into our new home for the next 6 months. We had breakfast and we went for a walk around town to get our bearings which I am really glad we did, doing ...
... it onto the train with ample time. The train trip took an hour and a half where we were able to see some of the countryside which was beautiful and something different compared to London. Nikki and Luke met us at the platform and helped us carry our luggage from the station to the car. The car trip took about half an hour and thank god we stopped at Houghton Main cricket ground because I was nearly car sick! They drive like rally car drivers over here. After ...
... A1 south when the heavens opened. After an hour of howling wind and lashing rain we took refuge in a Little Chef for coffee and sympathy where we met three bikers from Ipswich on their way home from a tour of the Scottish Highlands who had the same idea.
Back underway in drying weather for the run down to Crofton Park in ...
HQ had booked me into a Raddison at £40 per night, double bed, big enough to get my bike in, the room not the bed.
Eventually found the Raddison which is not in easy walking distance of the centre, not unless you have a 20 foot stride. I have enclosed some photos in my room, so if you are ever in room 211, look for the stains....just joking there aren't any as I treat other peoples property as I would my own.
In case you ...