Purple Hotel Peterborough
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... we arrived the chances of parking the bike somewhere and never finding it again was pretty high. We arrived on the outskirts of York at around 3.30 in the afternoon and although there was plenty of light left to explore we decided to stay the night at the Travelodge nearby and spend the next day in town. It was only a short ride to Morcombe the next day and we wanted to spend as much time in York as possible as we had heard there was plenty to see and do.
... to travel to Nottingham however the weather transpired to put a dent in that plan. Although we experienced some light showers on the way it was the wind that foiled our progress. It was constant and included gusts up to 100 klms plus which made going tough and very uncomfortable therfore we decided to stop for the night in Peterborough. As it turned out this was a great decision as we were able to have a look around the town and discovered it contained a ...
... proficiency certificate Have your photo taken in your 1940s costume and get your mounted prints within minutes as a memento of the day Ladies, have your hair professionally styled for a classic 1940s look - book in advance or visit our stall on the day Outside Broadcast from our event site by Harry & Edna of "Harry & Edna on the Wireless" fame Battle of Britain Memorial Flight flypast (subject to local weather conditions on the day)
... in its long history, when Roger de Clifford was executed for treason against Edward II and hanged in chains from the tower walls.
The Shambles - A great area of old style shops on cobbled streets.
Yorkminster - An incredible Cathedral that is undergoing a huge restoration at present.
Church of the Holy Trinity Goodramgate - The first ...
In early November Margot and I spent three days in Cambridge, our first visit to the city. As a place which I've known about for decades and which has a certain mystique about it it was good to spend some time there and see it in real life, and to build up a more accurate picture.
We arrived by train on an unusually warm November afternoon and were met by our friend Dave Baab whose wife Lynne is on a short sabbatical for the term. ...