Travelodge Spalding Hotel
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... near the renowned George Hotel. A bit posh and although we were not appropriately attired we were shown a table for two in the Garden Room. The menu and prices excited me, places like this are the reason we have credit cards. After finishing our meal I asked the waitress for the bill, she just stood there and smiled at me for about five seconds, then walked away. She soon returned with the bill ...
... have 2 weeks in a job its difficult to warn an "experienced" warden that this may happen! Anyhoo! It only took 6 hours to move it 100 metres and then not get it where it was supposed to be! What else? Oh yeah, Jayne learnt to drive 'the big blue tractor'. After that there was no stopping her and she was off. She attacked the riverside moorings, mill pond and the lake. There was no vegetation safe from the hedge trimmer and strimmer. Turns out that some if ...
... birds of prey hunting and coffee and cake at beans cafe in Oundle. Once home we decided to head out to our local, The Angel, for dinner. Great pub, very friendly and the foods not bad either. Its only a five minute walk back to Margy, which is just as well as it was now pretty dark.
... in 1092. It was ravaged by fire in 1141, rebuilt after an earthquake in 1192 and survived the central spire blowing down in 1548 and Cromwell's forces in 1644. The tower topped with a spire in 1311 made the cathedral 525(160m) high and reputedly the tallest building in the world for nearly 238years. On the South Transept is "The Bishop's Eye" and on the Northern Transept, the " Dean's Eye Window, two amazing stained glass windows which contain medieval glass. ...
... it turned out to be everything but ... again, let the photos do the talking when it comes to showing the range of exhibits on display.
From Hull, we continue south in search of sun and with a view that we would like to make it to Cambridge if at all possible.
A diversion to Nottingham to visit the Crimes & Punishment Museum at the Galleries of Justice (not much else to see in Nottingham - no ...