Limes Country House Hotel
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... day, but I have enjoyed popping down to the new area of the city to do a spot of shopping, including replacing a pair of my boots which I've worn right through the sole leaving me with very wet feet as the water seeped up from below.
Gracie and I also headed up to visit the Castle in the pouring rain, but as we went to purchase our tickets, the ticket lady kindly explained to us to rethink our ticket purchase, as a lot of the ...
The past week has been intense. Known as Freshers Week, it is the equivalent of 0 Week in Australia or Frosh Week in North America. It is the week before classes start where welcome fairs and orientations are held. It is also known for its over enthusiastic party scene. Usually I would not be going out as much as I have this week, but I figured that I'm only going to be here once, ...
... were taken straight to our accommodation at The Lawns. The Lawns houses just under 1000 students, most of which are moving in today. It was International Welcome Week this week, so it was only foreign students here. I am living in Lambert Hall, Block B. This has 6 floors, 27 rooms, 3 kitchens and 6 bathrooms. My block is the closest of all to the main building with the dining room, bar, laundry, reception, etc.
I've spent the ...
... it at the huge hit it felt like for the first few days, I quickly turned it around into something positive.
Travelling is something I've enjoyed doing for a long time, and since about the age of 13 I've wanted to go to Australia and this is my chance. My things have been sold, donated to charity or stored - I still have a heap of clothes to sort through and find other homes for. There are some ...
... and puffing and admired the architecture of Lincoln Cathedral, but were too mean to pay the £8.00 asking price to go right inside. Across the square was the Castle and that was a lot cheaper, but covered in scaffolding...interesting nonetheless. We found a cup of coffee and cookies so sat outside the courthouse (which is still used today) and ate an unhealthy lunch, then headed back down to the town which was just as hard as going up. The ...