Premier Inn St Neots A1 / Wyboston
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today is typical of the way my convoluted detailed mind goes about organising this trip. We had to make a choice at the node meeting point in Royston of which energy line to follow. We chose the Mary line running south as offering ore appealing walking. However, there were some interesting places on the northern Michael line which I didn't want to miss. So, today, we are staying on for a second night at the Red Lion by a railway station midway between the two lines giving us ...
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I love this cottage and I would honestly buy it off Tim and Chris if ever they sold it. It's beautifu. And calm. It peacefully tells me to calm my **** and breathe.
So I love it here.
Lisa xo ...
I am still in frugal traveller mode.
How to tell?
Instead of booking one more night in a hostel to get sleep before an 8am bus, I decided it was well worth saving the £17 and sleeping it the bus station was a great idea.
Well it would have been a great idea had the bus station not closed at 1am.
That's it... We have someone looking after our house and our adventure has begun... The last month before our flight has been time well spent catching up with friends and family before we go...
We started off going back to the place where I grew up and where we have loads of family to catch up with. A lovely little village called Aspley Guise. I always feel at home there.
We've spent time with my Dad up in the ...
To Camden Markets we go. Coolest t-shirts, best street food, vibrant atmosphere, endless stalls of groovy stuff which just go on and on and on. We spent about five hours here just hanging around, cruising the stalls and people watching. Loving the London vibe! Steve's right boot sole had come adrift in Shanghai and was repaired there so his left sole went out in sympathy 2 days later in Camden! Fortunately, there were a plethora of boot repair places on the high ...