Scalford Hall Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... have our ski boots fitted, so tomorrow morning when we are all fresh faced we can get straight onto the slopes to enjoy our first skiing lessons.
Mrs Taylor is looking forward to spending her day in a cafe of drinking copious amounts, non-alcoholic obviously....
The question is, will we all survive, how will Mrs Taylor cope without wine, and sharing a room with Mr Swain will Mr Maggs get a wink of sleep? Don't forget Miss Mullen, she is terrifying before 10 am!
The final week in Leicestershire brought out a lot of different emotions. Happy to be nearly halfway through my trip, excited to see Bronson in the same amount of time that I've been here, looking forward to my next adventure in Scotland. But then there was sadness of having to leave the comforts of Market Bosworth, and of course...the wonderful friends I have made there, and all the horses, dogs and cows I'd also made friends ...
We have had a relaxing time in Newark with the continuation of walking and eating. Luckily Jenni and John have Foxtel so we have been enjoying the tennis, at a more convenient time too, no late nights, just early mornings! On Sunday we went and had a roast lunch at a gorgeous pub called The Boathouse, this is where Jenni and John got married, it is on the river - (hence the name IKR!) after lunch we went on a walk nearby. It was here that ...
We're on the final countdown to our holiday, only two weeks to go. Clothes sorted and accommodation booked.
Now we are planning the route and the things of interest to see. The first two days we will be in Melbourne before starting our drive along the Great Ocean ...
... 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 ...