Travelodge Spalding Hotel
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We departed Auckand International Airport at 11.50pm Wednesday 9th July 2014 for our 3 week holiday in the UK. Had a good flight to Hong Kong arriving 11hrs later. Our next flight to Heathrow departed after after a small delay and we arrived in London 3.30pm Thursday 10th July. After a 2 1/2 hr journey north of London we arrived at a beautiful little village called Gosberton. After a lovely meal of English Pork Pie and salad we called it a ...
... At the moment we are having a stiff drink, even me.
Anyway we are moving on tomorrow, back to Leobay, Steve and Shelia's home, looking forward to that. (Then it's on the plane home on Monday probably with a Sunday roast at Sheerness pub before we leave. Bit over all this "look it up on the wed site attitude". Don't people talk anymore. Time for another Pastis. Sheeesh. from Russ)
Love from Sue and Russ.
23rd June - Monday
A lovely day, didn't achieve much this morning, just enjoyed being here. We were going to visit Cecile and Eddie in the afternoon, but first we stocked up on some supplies. Met Cecile and Eddie up the street. Eddie and Russ went to the pub and Cecile and I took the long way, of course via the shops. There just happens to be a lot of pubs in Stamford and Eddie is ...
... feed of lasagna. The Uppinghamshire first XI were playing a touring South African team from Cape Town, being of Cape Town heritage I spoke to a few of the boys from their touring side who informed me of their schools name which was Medford All Boys in Cape Town. Following the feed our game commenced and we bowled first, restricting Uppinghamshire for 88 runs. Notable bowlers were ...
... to Robyn, were the 'round houses' that had been constructed there. These huts were used by these ancient people to live in, and she believes it was huts like these that the Celts might have lived in on the Eildon Hills. She just had to see them. Pretty cool. Huts that were used to live in over 3500 years ago.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility