Premier Inn Grimsby
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... will be amazing when it is finished in a week or so. Well done Craig (with a little help from his friends).
The next 2 days were travelling days in the UK. We set the GPS for Durham, about a 4 hour ride. We travelled on the A roads and enjoyed the English countryside stopping at Peebles for morning tea. A quick stop at Jedburgh and then on to the Scottish border. Lunch was at a roadside van at the border between Scotland ...
... scores of 85 and 92. Saturday and Sunday saw us wandering around Mablethorpe and nearby towns with fantastic names like Sutton-On-Sea and Skegness. Brian introduced Roy to 2 shops that were absolutely full of antiques and when I say full I mean full. There was stuff everywhere and just as well there's a limit on the plane as to what we can bring back as Roy could have gone mad. There was even a Morris Minor station wagon that had been driven into the shop in 1988 and ...
The months of anticipation and planning are over, here we are, lives packed in a campervan waiting to sail for Rotterdam and the Rhine lands beyond. The drive down to Hull was fairly uneventful. After a morning of rain showers we collected Evan from school and were underway by 2pm. Evan slept half of the way.
Miles travelled: 129
Places Visited: Terminal 1, King George Dock, ...
Friday was my leaving do. It was my 'last Friday' before I fly, so I went to Lark Lane for tea and drinks with my friends and colleagues. It felt like it was someone else's leaving do, but with my friends there, so it was lovely. Until Saturday morning, when I feel decidedly rough and have a long journey and the end of the jobs ahead of me. I'm now back in Grimsby, with the final haul of stuff back at mum and dad's and just the task of packing my back pack to ...
... Ayway they patched through a call to dee and it was all sorted. Grimsby it was. It was a good sail for quite a lot of the day. But the fog rolled in thick as pea soup. At some points i could see 20m in front of the boat. I called in my position to the port contoller, i called the marina. I called the coastguard. I eventualy found that i couldnt get into the marina till 10pm because of the tides. The port ...