The Aviator Hotel
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... we are off to Scotland! We plan to spend 6 nights in both Edinburgh and Glasgow, before returning to Peterborough on the 5th. We'll change the suitcase and then we're off on the plane to Portugal! I'm desperate for some sun and beaches so I think this trip will go down very well :P
Well I hope everyone has a safe and lovely Easter break - don't eat too much chocolate!!
Megz :) x
PS - Well done Australia!! #CWC2015
So the saga continues...getting up at 5:30am on a Thursday morning was tough...foggy and icy! I get to the train and get a seat (next to the radiator) then fall asleep in the train until I get to euston. Shooting across euston to the underground and then to Victoria. Always looking for the south line! Get there and arrive at 6:55 and I don't have to meet until 8:00am oh my life.... So get all my paper work and walk to the US embassy where I have to sign in with the GRUMPIEST women ...
Only two weeks to go now before the off and I am starting to get myself ready both physically and mentally. Travelling is a wonderful pursuit and I am so lucky to have the money, the time and the support of my family without which this adventure would not be possible. ...
... all been transported to the large field. The field was dotted with carts trains even a nodding donkey oil well. None of the place had been inhabited except by local tribes until about 1870s and that only so that Argentina would not attempt to settle it and claim the land. Our next stop was really fascinating, a grave yard. It seems that the local bigwigs who made their money from wool in the late 1800 early 1900s liked to create large mausoleums for their families. The ...
... a chance we may have to take the other route, via the Oxford, Coventry and Trent & Mersey Canals. This second route is 22 miles longer, but has 18 less locks, so the extra journey time would only be about 2 or 3 hours. We don’t need to make the decision until Wednesday evening, when we reach Norton Junction. Gospel Belle and Trinity are at Blisworth, 2 days ahead of us.
So next week we could be in Leicester, or somewhere like Tamworth / Fazeley. Watch this ...