The Goathland Hotel
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- Pets allowed
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... didn't come off her face all day. James has obviously been one of the family for a while and it was just as lovely to see him so happy. The venue was lovely and all of their friends were great fun. After a small happy tear at home before the ceremony and then again while walking down the aisle to spiritualised 'ladies and gentlemen we are floating in space' the day was a lot of fun and laughter. Even Dad managed to avoid telling some bad jokes and again ...
... museum and went on an old steam boat. Sadly, didn't have time to go on the Trincomalee, which is a 3 - 4 masted ship and is the oldest fighting ship still afloat in the British navy, anywhere in the world.
... just overtaken us and vice versa. I felt strong enough to run some bits but mostly walked and worried each time I'd pulled away from Andy without realising. His achilles still bothers him despite 6 months of biomechanic exercises and stretches. That's the main reason we've not done as many events as we usually do. Good solid ground beneath us kept us going strong up the the ridiculously high self clip on the sign at Bloworth crossing. 18 miles in 3.5 hours.
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... get together where l met relations for the first time ever. Did lots of talking to different people, gave a PowerPoint presentation about myself and my family, and showed pics of Christchurch, pre and post earthquake. A most enjoyable ...
Whitby is not the easiest place to get to by train however the long journey is well worth the effort, whether for a fish and chip lunch, the attractive town itself or the scenery that you can admire en-route. This was also the first time that we have arrived into Whitby by train.
Our journey from Derby started on the 07.13 CrossCountry service to Darlington, where we then changed for a Northern service ...