The Tower Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... a new talent, rock skimming! Much time has been spent developing this talent... Last night we had a lamb roast and pav to celebrate Australia Day, We have found a couple of favourite places in Newark including a nearby park, Devon and Scone, a coffee shop called Strays and a pub called Oscars. Today was our last day in Newark so we ensured we visited each of these. We re off to London for a day before we depart for home on Thursday. Seeyou all ...
Friday was my leaving do. It was my 'last Friday' before I fly, so I went to Lark Lane for tea and drinks with my friends and colleagues. It felt like it was someone else's leaving do, but with my friends there, so it was lovely. Until Saturday morning, when I feel decidedly rough and had a long journey and still a lot of jobs ahead of me. I'm now back in Grimsby, with the final haul of stuff back at mum and dad's and just the task of packing my backpack to ...
... misses a goal or gets a penalty - we couldnt understand half what they were singing but the passion they have for their teams is unmistakeable. A 15 min walk back to the train station to get the train to Newark and sarah picked us up (I felt bad as I had to drag her out of bed to get us - so sad!). Sarah and the girls watched movies and read books for the afternoon - its still freezing outside so perfect weather for ...
Still on a high from meeting our family it was nice just to sit down quietly and catch up with those who were available for lunch. We got the guided tour of Boston Town including of course best Pub, The Boston Stump which was unfortunately closed and Centenary where Carl & Kelly were married a year ago.
We checked out the local shopping ...
... car it was certainly chilly so when we passed a cafe that had Michelin stickers on the windows we thought it was worth checking out. We grabbed hot chocolates and filled Indi up on grapes and headed off again down the road into the city centre that was aptly named 'Steep Hill'. We passed numerous quaint looking shops including an old ...