Travel Plaza Market Harborough Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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Weather: Mostly cloudy, breezy, mild.
Washing day and good for it. Walked with Maggie to the shopping centre, through a lovely park watching a toddler feed bread to the ducks, then 'did coffee'. Came home a different route past historic buildings of the market town which also has several new housing estates.
After a snack lunch we had a short drive to the village of Dyke where they were having a 2 day Scarecrow Festival. For 50p we got a map ...
... our usual and we contemplate the day. It is a stunning day and we take advantage of the weather and do a load of washing which we can actually hang outside! Jan packs a picnic lunch and we head off to Holyhead and the beach. We are meeting Tom their son off the ferry from Ireland. He is going on to Liverpool to act in some boating drama where he has to walk the plank and fall in a river - very realistic! Jan and Eddy have offered ...
... To be quite honest I was useless, I blamed the lack of Australiana questions!, and sometimes understanding the accent! After having been to Francis Drake's house near Plymouth I should have got one question. Anyway we came second, which is very good for this team who claim they never do much good. We had lots of laughs. Home about ...
Both days were more laid back and relaxed than the previous days. On the first day, I went out with my cousins, Sara and Shane, and Aunt Donna. We headed out to the village of Stamford. They told me this is one of the oldest villages in the area and it became apparent that was true within 30 seconds of entering the village. Its outside of all the building near the village center have the typical old english village ...
Woke up today at around 930 am. Ate breakfast with my grandparents and Aunt Donna and set out on the day's adventure with them.
We started out by going to the neighboring village of Rothwell. At this point every village we had driven through looked about the same, old brick building, church in the middle, and crammed with small hatchback cars. But apparently, Rothwell has some of the oldest buildings in the area.
From Rothwell we headed to a memorial which remembers ...