Riverside House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Ashford
... too good a job of integrating myself into Swedish society (although I draw the line at a few things, for example all the inflexible traditions - the rebel in me just has to eat my split pea soup on a day other than Thursday). But I've at least had a chance to observe people and remember how I used to be and how I still can be if I consciously choose to do so. I can take all the things I like about the eccentric, friendly English and all ...
Taking things easy today, as I'm feeling a bit under the weather. I head down to the centre of Hillsborough around half ten and spend a pleasant morning working in a tea room, feeling a tad out of place with my huge laptop. A very twee establishment indeed, with quality china, woolly tea cosies and plenty of grannies. On the high street are at least two hot pork sandwich shops, the smell I always associate with Sheffield. If ...
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... 80s. And I suppose also that since tuition fees were introduced, they have to appeal to an even more middle-class student population. Leaves me feeling like it's all a pretty facade with little substance.
Rant over. We walk up the hill to Broomhill, an area familiar to both of us, as we both lived in student halls and other accommodation nearby. We continue the trek up to Crookes, where the music department building is ...