Premier Inn Boston
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Very flat riding but a headwind all the way made it a tricky ride. 57 km. 3 hours 38 mins of cycling time. Journey took 6 hours with photo and ice cream stops !
... He was a really nice chap and came and had a good look over the bikes as we were leaving.
It was a reasonably short ride today taking us further westward to the west coast of Norfolk to a place called Hunstanton. After skirting around the beach area, we headed back inland through Holkham Hall estate, a vast area of land with deer running free and a large house built in a Palladian style.
... the railway line and the local park. On Saturdays if the windows were open we heard cheering from the local football stadium, and some evenings we could hear the bikes at the speedway track. Sunday afternoons during the summer we had music from the bandstand to entertain us.
Kings Lynn is a hanseatic town and is very interesting to walk around. There is a good range of shops, restaurants and ...
Looking forward to a relaxing 2 weeks with my family before I leave them for 6 months! Starting to get my bag packed, all the thoughtful presents from my lovely class are coming in very handy! Not sure if I will be able to fit 6 months worth of clothes in one back pack though!
Hopefully next time I write I will be packed and ready to go! Getting very excited now!
... of very cute pets including a Chameleon, which was allowed out and crawled everywhere, including up the curtains! Matt dropped us back later in the day and Sue cooked us yummy Lincolnshire sausages for tea. We finished our day by relaxing in front of tv watching the Commonwealth ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Boston
Good premier inn service and excellent breakfast
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