Quality Hotel Peterborough
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... was untouched by the Industrial Revolution or later large scale developments, so that it's central core has remained remarkably intact. It architecture is outstanding. After a delightful walking tour we stopped off in one the many town pubs for a refreshment. Back to the Hughe's home and then went to a beautiful local pub for a typical English dinner...I had Fish and ...
With 24 hours to go, we are packed, on-line check in done, tickets and boarding pass printed out and camera charged. Amazingly our rucksacks are under 20kg which means lots of space for souvenirs on the trip home! Tomorrow the adventure starts with a car journey to Heathrow courtesy of Mummy Scorror (Cheers!) then a flight to Dubai and on to Bangkok. Arriving in the evening on Friday with our in country guide Grandpa John. We shall see what excitement he has planned on our ...
... Melton Mowbray is in Leicestershire so it was about an hours drive. We walked through the animal market first looking at the cows, poultry of all sorts, rabbits, budgies and canaries. These were being auctioned off either singly or in batches, there was also an area they were Hares, pheasants, partridge and poultry dead and ready to be dressed. In another section of the ...
... Europe and the Baltics expanded its reach to France, Spain, Portugal, Australia, New Zealand and South America as sail gave way to power.
The museum boasts a really impressive display of Hull's maritime heritage including exhibits that encompass Bronze Age through to Middle Ages, Arctic whaling heritage, North Sea fishing industry and Hull's maritime trade. We sort of expected it to be a bit of a Naval ...
... about the devastation caused by Pol Pot's regime I recommend the book "First They Killed My Father" by Loung Ung. She tells the story of what happened to her family after the Khmer Rouge stormed into Phnom Penh in 1975 (when she was only 5). Cambodia is still recovering from that terrible time in its history.
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