Trinity and All Saints' University College

Address: Brownberrie Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, LS18 5HD, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Horsforth area of Leeds, is near Kirkstall Abbey, Rutland Water, Town Hall, and Thornton's Arcade.
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Day Sixty Six: Barnsley

A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Jun 11, 2015

... We headed down to the ground for the 11:30 start, sitting in the seats pretty much on the boundary line. Northampton batted first and made a decent total of 190 in their twenty overs, one of the openers batting through and getting 91 not out. The standard of the fielding was incredible and the way the batsmen time the ball is unbelievable. They can forward defend a ...

Day Sixty Five: Barnsley

A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Jun 10, 2015

I slept like a log last night. I have been sleeping well the last couple of nights and not waking up during the night, it hasn't been like this for a while. The morning consisted of the usual breakfast and filling in time with me watching Homeland and Jenna reading/researching. I skyped Nan and Grandad today, it is really nice to be able to talk to them and for them to hear first hand what Jenna ...

Day Sixty Four: Barnsley

A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Jun 09, 2015

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... to Cosmo with Kat and Waggy. Cosmo is an all you can eat restaurant that offers everything from Italian, British, Mexican, Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Indian, and of course desserts. The food was excellent and they had a huge selection to choose from. I typically ate a lot of Chinese and Indian food because I love it, so much so that I ate four plates worth and felt ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by chris_calcite on Oct 29, 2014

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... on to the shingle beach for a couple of pictures. There, 'The Jurassic Coast' is ticked off.


Next target is Chesil beach, again a really rather loose and spread out place to visit. Studying the map, Stu plots a route to West Bay, which is the extreme western end of the beach and closest to the fast roads we're going to need to get along the coast before nightfall. Unfortunately our route first takes us out through Lyme Regis town itself, where the streets ...

Finally home, or am I?

A travel blog entry by somewaygone on Dec 23, 2013

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... far out. In the end I resorted to swimming horizontally along the coastine about 30 feet out. Admittedly, this was done to the bemusement of locals who thought it strange I was swimming in about 3ft deep water. When I wasn't swimming I was reading and listening to music on the beach. I also couldn't resist a bit of sand play and built a very successful hole, which turned into a tunnel, which turned into a throne, which turned in to a...sandy mess. What else? The inner child just ...