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... had run out of battery in Cambridge so we couldn't get the directions I was hoping for. We have to work out a better solution tomorrow!
On the plus side, we are staying at the Old Hall Hotel and it is a great spot. It is one of the oldest buildings in town (1573). Mary, Queen of Scots stayed here in its early days! We have the attic which is a two bedroom, two bathroom self contained unit.
The plan for tonight is to have dinner and head to bed ready for a better day ...
... giving you a chance to catch up or take a break. 2) Encourage them to take up photography. Not point and shoot but DSLR with lots of very expensive lenses that take time to get out of the panniers and attach to the camera. Another opportunity to catch up or take a break. 3) Let them carry all the heavy gear, it may slow them down! 4) If they are getting quicker with the map, give them a compass as well - bound to add confusion. 5) Swap the map for an out of date map! 6) Be ...
Charles: Well the big hills day is now behind us, thank goodness for that, as my legs are absolutely shattered. Nice rolling hills today with lots of flat smooth roads, although Graham does insist on taking us up some real rough old roads if we're having it too easy. No punctures or breakdowns today so our average speed increased to 15 mph. My tip from Graham today is "don't just eat one snack bar when you can have two" ...
... was so pleasant we stayed on.
We were more enthusiastic about seeing Horace Panter’s Uptown Ska Collective. Horace is yet another former Special and his band includes ex-Special keyboards and brass players too. Fantastic music for a sunny afternoon. I recognised some of the songs and others were new to me. Two live versions of “Guns of Navarone” and two of “Pressure Drop” in two day. Not bad. Not bad at ...
We walked our legs off in the Lake District. Now we're looking forward to a change of pace—we’ll step back in time to what once was an Anglo-Saxon village.
Shrewsbury is a picturesque market town rich with history. It was an important trading center in Anglo-Saxon time; its wealth originating from wool. The town could be well defended because of the bend in ...
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