Quality Hotel Peterborough
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I grabbed the bus to Frankfurt Hahn after checking flights and booking on a Ryanair at 06:45 this morning. I sat in the airport for a few hours as it was an early flight but it was fine. We left on time and despite a rather bumpy landing I made my way from Stanstead to Kings Cross for the train to Grantham and then home.
I have a couple of hours to waste away so grab a coffee and sit outside. I notice ...
... on the flight - what a lovely person! I even got my gluten free meal!
Arrived in Newark, New Jersey safely at midnight, English time about 7pm local time. Newark is justv across the Hudson river from New York and we can clearly see the Manhatten skyline
Very warm here. Hotel superb, a couple of beers and then to bed.
Look forward to getting the bike ...
Today we drove to Spilsby, a lovely little village in Lincolnshire to visit Bob's Uncle Bill ( Dad's brother) &his wife Ann, he took us to his local pub for lunch,very enjoyable, met some of the locals. We diverted on our way home to Crowland between Spalding & Peterborough. The town's two historical points of interest are the ruined medieval 8th century Crowland Abbey and the ...
... 8220;The Stable.” This time, we brought Laci with us. A dog, in a pub… who knew!?! AND she wasn’t the only dog there! It so cool how people welcome animals into their establishments – that would NEVER happen in the states. I was still really full from lunch so I refrained from eating and just sipped on a glass of water.
Approaching 7:00, after being out and about in England since about 6:30am (only getting a few hours ...
... Homes. It was about a house built in the 1700-1800's that was in a horrendous state. Tonight a young family bought the Stanic hall a house Designed and built in the 1700's by the Smith family. It was a 7 bedroom, 5 bathroom and 5 living area house. The family bought it for just over a million pounds and had 1/2 a million to spend on making it possible to live in. There was dead birds, fungus over the walls, holes ...