Premier Inn Hull West
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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, ...
... lunch before deciding to go to Grimsby to see what was in the town (not a lot really) caught the bus back and heading back to the house for dinner. They have dinner at 4:30pm which took a bit to get used too. Unfortunately we got a little lost so didn't end up getting back till after 5pm.
Lovely couple of days exploring the town, shame we weren't there longer really but so glad that we went there.
Bus Cleethorpes to Hull
Hull to York ...
... sides of you. Then of course the traffic all slowed further by a accident and 2 of the 4 lanes were closed. We crawled along for a time, then decided to get brave and take an earlier off ramp into Nottingham than we intended. Or rather TomTom intended. After feverishly trying to get us to turn back to the motorway she eventually changed coordinates and took us dutifully into town until I could see from the anywhere we were and I turned her off. Poor ...
... off we went. Entranced by the wee countryroads and the rolling fields of wheat and the lovely small villages we kept driving and soon we entered Diss...famous for??? a mere...a natural lake which was laid out in the centre of town with fountains and gardens..very nice. It was of course used in early days for dunking and untimately drowning witches but who is counting that wee detail...as you look at the ducks and geese and the squirrels and birds.... The main street, like ...
... the old church we ended up accidentally walking around the whole of Pocklington! Lucky for the dogs they got a longer walk than they expected and I got to see just how quaint (and small) this town really is (although on an aside they do have 8 pubs in this small town.. seems disproportionate!)
Now after a gorgeous day with beautiful sun, we are having burgers and wedges for dinner!
Oh another piece of useless information is that this ...