Belstead Brook Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... weren't really designed with tandems in mind... We also had our music system on the go which was a bit embarrassing when we cycled though a very quiet village blasting nicki minaj! We also experienced our first hills, we got up them very slowly indeed. Arrived in Wageningen for the night and as I write this a very clueless couple of Germans [photo] have turned up with the most bizarre stuff! They have suitcases tied onto the back of their ( very ...
... wide enough to be a road for cars. Completely separate cycle lanes all through the city and even separate on the roundabouts so really easy to cycle though not quite like London! Cycling is for everyone the young kids, middle aged mums in their dresses, the over 60s going to the shops, we almost got mowed down by about 30/40 over 60s cycling the other way to us on ...
Monday was spent with a friend at Sutton Hoo, an Anglo-Saxon burial site near Woodbridge in Suffolk. This was discovered in the 1930s to be a very important Anglo-Saxon burial ground when the then owner, Mrs Edith Pretty asked an archaeologist to excavate the "mounds" on her property. It has now been decided by the "experts" that the main burial mound is that of King Raedwald, a very important ...
... in schedule/location and afternoon timing. This group hosts a speaker, plays games or does an arts activity. All the groups invite careers, which could be a paid homecare nurse or a friend/family member. Even though the groups tend to attract people who are more physically able, they provide a MiniBus that fits a few wheelchairs for those who can't drive. Two of the groups meet consistently in a hall that the town built as an accessible community ...
... its hills as well!! An unexpected struggle but with words of encouragement with each other we scaled them........ but we would then have to catch our breath when we reached the other side of it. Cycling through Essex has been good and thankfully we haven't encountered any stereotypical Essex chavs or chavettes (mind you there was a very undesirable drunk lady scallywag shouted bad words through ...