Swans Hotel and Restaurant
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Many have commented it was "the trip of a lifetime". Well, yes... but we hope not, more one of our trips during our lifetime. We're already thinking about where to go next.
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I grabbed the bus to Frankfurt Hahn after checking flights and booking on a Ryanair at 06:45 this morning. I sat in the airport for a few hours as it was an early flight but it was fine. We left on time and despite a rather bumpy landing I made my way from Stanstead to Kings Cross for the train to Grantham and then home.
I have a couple of hours to waste away so grab a coffee and sit outside. I notice ...
... about to step in when another one of the group dressed with his face painted like a kitty cat, ears on his head, and a velvet tail on his butt, grabbed the guys arm and told him "Step off, mate" and freed the girl. The drunken man mumbled something negative about us while we walked away. I was impressed by kitty cat man and surprised that didn't lead to a fight. All the bars we visited were named after animals and the last one ...
... work although many wouldn't. Our second day here we walked to the cathedral and joined in the free morning tea when an older lady kept insisting that it was free! and we should stop a while. The market was beside the cathedral and had a large ornamental bull covered in jelly beans. You could see where the beans had been picked off and tried! We also wandered through the brand new New Street Railway station that opened that day after a £750mil refurbishment. Shades of Southern ...
When T was over here last year, she took her mum to a canal side cafe but the route was hard work to push a wheelchair. So while T went to see her mum on the morning, I went to see if there was a better route, which there wasn't. But to get to the cafe I walked through the old village of Aylestone and came across the medieval pack horse bridge. On the way back I walked through ...