The St. James' Hotel Grimsby
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- Business Services
- Free parking
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... flows easily & then obstacles will then begin to dissipate. The keeper of the directions came in through the cosmic soul cards & around the ceremony all doorways are been opened up for us all. Messages are ready to be received & many codes of light language were shared. 7 of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers came into the ceremony & shared their wisdom & there was an exchange for each of us.
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Friday was a quiet day. Honestly, didn't do anything really. Spent the day sitting around. Saturday morning was uneventful. In the afternoon we took a drive to see the Humber Bridge. It's the 7th largest suspension bridge in the world. It is pretty impressive. Stopped at a village nearby and had a walk around the path by the boat docks. Took a scenic route back home. I spent the evening starting packing. Big ...
... that. Has a picnic in the car before walking down to the arts and crafts centre, which is on the outskirts of the village. Had a look around there and then had a wander through part of the village. Wandered slowly back to the car and headed home. Drove through a fancy estate/park on our way out. Spent the rest of the afternoon with my nose in a ...
Good day exploring Lincoln. Only drawback ... such steep streets. Climbed our way up to Lincoln Cathedral and Castle. Originally built in the time of William the Conquorer (11th centuary) when he wanted the two built so close because he didn't want to walk too far to church from home!!
The town is built by a pretty river/canal in a deep valley. It was a real gem of a place. Had lunch with Robin and Stella on a boat restaurant. Enjoying fabulous ...
... been there from the 11th and 12th century. We then walked the wall to Monkbar (the next gate) along the top of the wall. Got some good views from the top of the wall. Stopped for lunch, and then spent some time wandering around looking shops and just seeing parts of York. Later found ourselves in the Museum Gardens, which were beautiful. There's also the ruins of St ...