Travel Plaza Market Harborough Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... through some Archeological rediscovery. Beautiful weather here sunny and 21c. Had dinner in a pub downtown and walked back to our hotel. 14km walked today. Interesting to see a larger number of Africans here this time. Beautiful terrace houses lining the streets built in the 1930s. Lots of medieval places dating back to the 1400s. The orange stone buildings are very badly ...
... and kidney pie and Tudor chicken were equally enjoyed with a bottle of Crabbies (alcoholic ginger beer) the perfect accompaniment (not says Ros). Greg, not wanting to go the highway home, chose instead the narrow country roads that took us right through the very villages we had travelled to in the previous days, though this time passing at a cracking 30mph pace. As we neared signs to Dirft we realized we could see all around us the wind turbines that we had ...
Last night we went to a BBQ at Tim's cousins house where 35 of his family had gathered to see us. It was a wonderful night and Luke loved meeting his cousins from the UK.
Today we spent the day in Coventry showing Luke where Tim grew up and a few parts of its history. We started with the Coventry Cathedral where Tim's Nan volunteered. However this was destroyed by Germany in World War 2. They ...
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 ...