BEST WESTERN Broadfield Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... such as routine, possessions, familiarity, family and friends. Each aspect of 'comfort’ has a different effect on the way that you travel or your emotions during travel. Your Routine gets thrown completely out of the window – routine, what routine? It also gets to a point where you’re dying for some form of routine back in your life and for me this is where I craved stability. Possessions are an ...
... towns next to mansions and people walking on main roads next to cars speeding and over taking as there are no speed limits or road markings, they are definitely horn happy though!! It is such an eye opening experience but the beauty of it is that they are all really friendly people! We even had ladies waving to us from the back of trucks. We definitely stood out on arrival as Indian ladies came up to us and stated "just arrived? Very pale" whilst trying ...
Now, what do we do for a week to take our minds off having to play France in the Qtr finals ....again? Fortunately, we are still with our good friends and there is still plenty more to see, do and talk about. A trip to Manchester seems prudent so off ...
Well Sapperfest is always a blast as you end up meeting people you haven't seen for years.
Because I always camp near Dave 5* McElhoney, there is always a plentiful supply of food, great accommodation, his tent is massive with gazebo and all brand new, beer and some good friends. At this particular fest because we changed venues, people got to play in some old tanks, APC's, and they even had a pig. I got to move an old Antar, ...
... in line to be the 'litter capital' of the UK (though my memory of Bury was that it too had vast amounts of litter). Beautiful valleys were littered with bottles, both plastic and glass, broken doors, old clothes, food packaging and even a large fridge freezer. On one enchanting river where the clear water bubbled over rocks I saw a dipper (bird) searching for food amongst plastic bottles and beer cans. When I walked the ...