Premier Inn Burton-On-Trent East
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I don't have enough" to "I don't have enough time to fit it all in!". The route is going to have to change around a bit, especially as things can change last minute, plus I may want to squeeze a few places in depending on what comes up. Scary! Daunting! Awesome!
See my route below:
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Summers day forecast 18c so back in shorts. Morning tea at Launceston then on to the M5 with fuel and lunch near Bristol. VAT is 20% in UK. We had a good run on the M5 and are staying in Coventry tonight. £50 at the Jacobean Hotel in the bridal suite. We walked into town and visited the old area including the old Cathedral at the university that was burnt Dow. And is ...
... built a new church next to it.
We also caught up with Lady Godiva in the mall, naked as usual. On the building behind is a clock that on the hour the peeping Tom pops his head out!!
Also on the list were a new pair of soccer boots, Luke choice were of course the latest Messi boots that have only been on the market since the start of the month. No pressure but we are expecting big ...
... with force nine and high waves later (ooh err) Wander round the ship too cool and Rocky to sit outside. Brodie's for a toffee apple vodka cocktail very nice. Lunch in the Main dining room, chilli con carni and Brown Betty for me and Tony had a cold cuts platter and side salad which he said was very nice. I am stuffed which is nothing new Walked up to deck 15 and it was very wet and rough so back down to Brodie's for a ...
... either at a lock or the very few dedicated visitors moorings. The visitors pontoon we head for at Gunthorpe looked full when we arrived but friendly folk beckoned us to an inside mooring. Both us and Swift & Low managed to squeeze in abreast with a bit of shuffling. Phew. A very popular stop here with large and small cruisers and other narrowboats. Riverside seating and several restaurants alongside the river, all very busy on this warm sunny Saturday.