Travelodge Grantham Colsterworth
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... Thanks for following along, it's been fun and gratifying to know friends and family have been on the trip with us.
Many have commented it was "the trip of a lifetime". Well, yes... but we hope not, more one of our trips during our lifetime. We're already thinking about where to go next.
Midge and David
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... about their business. The fritters who are late make ne smile with their mincing steps and galloping legs.
Sitting at Kings cross I realise you don't have to go far to find the beauty around you. In fact I didn't even have to leave home. But I love travel and experiences, they make me seem a lot smarter than I actually am.... In fact I'm getting home the day before my birthday..
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... The next week I went shopping at Asda. I had just checked out when the police came in and started evacuating the store. I asked one of the officers what was going on and apparently there was some crazy man waving a knife around inside and threatening people. I could have went straight home since I already got what I came in for but I decided to stick around and watch the ensuing chaos. More police cars flooded into ...
So I make it 315 days (or so) until my travelling begins. By then I imagine I'll be sick of thinking about it and planning it. Well all that officially starts tomorrow when I'm popping into STA travel to have a chat. Last week I thought that the business of booking flights would be a piece of cake but as I quickly found it, its nowhere near as simple as it seems. Especially as we haven't set in stone a single thing we are doing yet. Didn't occur ...
... under the castle. So we went to pay homage as was expected!
The next day we visited the Caves. The city is built on sandstone and over the centuries caves have been carved out into what is now the biggest area of man made cave area in Britain. The caves have been used for mediaeval living quarters, industrial spaces (especially tanning in the area we saw) slums in victorian times and even air raid shelters in the ...