The Grail Court Hotel
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... coated digestives and a mini Snickers bar along with some fruit (if I can pinch some at brekkie without Lee seeing) and water and that's really plenty. Alicia and Tyler were good enough to trade choice brownies for a Snickers (win-win) so really everything is good with the world.
No photos cause I forgot to take the photo machine and Lee didn't take her phone.
See you tomorrow as I walk to ...
... few miles until it told us to turn left down a lane which got smaller and smaller until grass appeared down the middle. There was no turning back it was too narrow, we were riding on both banks, with everything crossed that nothing would come the other way, we had to carry on. Eventually we turned a corner and saw the end, just as a car was pulling into the lane. We ...
Lovely comfy bed, but oh boy, is it really July. We were both so cold, at least the heating is efficient. After a good sort out, finding various cubby holes, we packed everything tightly into all the cupboards and drawers. By this time it had started to rain, but we decided to go out for another practice drive. So we set off for Market Bosworth. After trying to find the battle site, being taken down ...
... eaten too much breakfast... again?" "No." She replied. "It's five pounds to park." It did seem rather expensive until you realised that a team of little rock monsters came and washed and valeted your car while you wandered around looking at their big brothers. We went to have a look at the rocks. We followed the path that thread its way through and around the giant rock formations marvelling at the fact they were still standing when a lot of them seemed so precariously balanced. ...
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The National Watersports Centre is beside Holme Lock and as we wait in line for the lock to open there's plenty to see. Once the cranes and work boats are moved out of the way, the green light goes on as promised, signaling the lock is ready to take boats through. We are near the front of the queue and make it in with the first boats.
Getting closer to the tidal section of the River Trent today and we realise that moorings are strictly ...