The St. James' Hotel Grimsby
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Banquet room
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... haven't sent me anything that vaguely resembles boarding information, or ticket information. Upon a bit of digging around, I've got my e-ticket that just needs to be printed now.
I'm later going to attempt to pack with mum, the bulky stuff at least, and have a general look over what gaps there might be in stuff! Before I started on the practicalities of ...
... were not inviting to a recovering flu victim. So we all set off to visit the Cathedral first.
Lincoln Cathedral is one of Europe's finest Gothic buildings. It also owns one of only four remaining exemplars of the Magna Carta signed in 1215, it is kept in Lincoln Castle; by the way, this year is the 800th anniversary of the 1215 Magna Carta. This Cathedral, like many others, has not had a smooth ride to the present day. It was started in ...
26th. Today went to York we walked around the original wall of the town and then went to York Minster which as far as I’m concerned should be a Cathedral as it is enormous in the basement it has ruins of a Roman fortress dating back to somewhere around 80 AD. We had a pasty which was very nice and walked around the city which has many narrow streets and old buildings dating back to goodness know when. Arrived back home and went out for tea at a ...
... Every car pulled over and gave us plenty of room - amazing! We discovered at one stage that the traffic hold up was because of a burnt out car - in the middle of the road - going in the opposite direction. I guess our side of the road just wanted to have a look. As there were no ambulances in attendance we assumed that whoever was in the car got out safely.
We arrived at our hotel in Dresden about 3pm ready to explore a new ...
After dinner and a quick nap in the Amara hotel we caught the coach to the airport at 3:30 and checked in etc. so with the flight still allotted to fly, and therefore arrive, at the rescheduled times of 5:40/12:05 we rebooked our onward train home for the 14:35 to Doncaster giving us a 2.5 hours leeway to get to Kings Cross (usually takes about an hour once through immigration etc) but little did we know that BA had quite sneakily delayed ...