The St. James' Hotel Grimsby
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... all my lecture rooms. This was a bit of a struggle, particularly on the first day when I had a tutorial in the Cohen building. For those from UOW, it's almost as bad as Building 19.
I've been getting on really well with my housemates. They are such a fun bunch of people. Because they're are so many of them, there is always somebody up to hang out, so I'm never lonely. There aren't many Aussies around, so when I do get things from home it is ...
... about 100 years from 1066 to 1154. The visible legacy of this period was Castles(usually fortresses to defend their land) and Cathedrals, one of which was Lincoln castle as well as the Tower of London. The Lincoln cathedral was built during this time as well.
One of the oldest domestic dwellings of England also survives in Lincoln, known as The Jews House. The Jews at this time acted as money lenders, as Christians were forbidden by ...
... may as well make the most of it. I've been to the Welcome Party, Back to School Party, Block Parties, Beach Party and a UV Party. It's been good fun and I've met a lot of really cool people.
I met all my block mates last Saturday, I helped a lot of them carry their stuff up the stairs. They are a great bunch of people. A lot are from Yorkshire, but some come from all ...
... were taken straight to our accommodation at The Lawns. The Lawns houses just under 1000 students, most of which are moving in today. It was International Welcome Week this week, so it was only foreign students here. I am living in Lambert Hall, Block B. This has 6 floors, 27 rooms, 3 kitchens and 6 bathrooms. My block is the closest of all to the main building with the dining room, bar, laundry, reception, etc.
I've spent the ...
Now it was time to head for the Lincoln Motorhome Show for a few days. We had not been here before, but it was similar to the one at Peterborough. We spent Friday wandering around the stalls and picking up a few bits and pieces that we wanted for Juliette now that we were getting to grips with the differences to our old van. In the evening we went in to the marquee to listen to Darren Busby and even did a couple of dances, then over to the Epic ...