The Crown Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... met our landlords. And what is it with everyone up north? Do they teach them politeness at school? Or is it us in London that are just too busy to even say hello to one another? I think we are missing out a lot. Gary, our landlord for the weekend, was simply amazing. Funny and could cook. His scramble eggs were amazing. Or maybe its because his hens were happy too? That evening he drove us to town...pointed us to pubs where we could find ...
Lazy start to the day today with us still struggling a little with the time. It could be that we are just lazy but we are all waking in the middle off the night and then sleeping in a little. Oh well we are on holidays?...
We decided to take another short road trip today to Lincoln - a town about 50kms north east from Newark. We pilled into the yellow bug and set off about 10am. we weren't quite sure about where we would end up ...
... flatmate and catching up with friends and colleagues has been a total pleasure.
I know there will be days when I’m sitting at my desk in The Star’s office, feeling very sorry for myself because I am no longer swimming with manta rays in Fiji or eating my body weight in noodles at China Town in Singapore. But I’ll just remind myself that I am HOME. And believe me, there really is no place like ...
Saturday 23 August
The final day in Europe is dry and windy. We get our heads down and fly down the highway to Rotterdam where we board the P&O ferry for the trip to Hull. It's a bleak and increasingly industrialised landscape, and I am not tempted to stop and take any photographs. The tour is over and we just want to get home and rest up.
We have a few beers on the boat and then sleep for England.
It is sadly ironic that after ...
... lost, but once found it was a pleasant location with lots of short routes. This was where I managed to slip, sliding down a slab mostly on my knees... not much skin remained. But otherwise another very productive day!
Another early start and straight to Stanage to a different section of the crag to spend the morning climbing, before beginning our journey back to Swanage.