Village Urban Resort Hull
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
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So it's Sunday 27 September, and I'm officially on the countdown until I go! This morning has consisted of trying to make sense of the huge pile of various fluffy, warm, fleecy objects that have amassed on my spare chair, as well as bagging up the various bits of clothing I've sold on ebay for a last bit of money. I also had a mini internal crisis this morning when I realised ...
25th. Our accommodation at Robin Hoods Bay was very nice and was on the hill side about 6 miles out of the village and from the house you have a great view. Breakfast was good and then we left and drove into the village itself. This village is on the sea side and has a very steep road for the last bit going to it. The sign said 30% decline which means that for every 3.3 metres you travel forward you drop 1 metre. The streets of the village are very narrow with shops ...
... than we expected. We found a restaurant close to the hotel, enjoyed a beer and dinner and returned to the hotel for the night. Back on the bike, we returned to the Autobahn for the rest of our ride. Days like today make you really appreciate that you are on a bike. The traffic was heavy as much of the road was being repaired. At one stage we rode for 15km - lane splitting the whole way through bumper to bumper traffic (don't tell ...
... rain and we are slow off the mark to move. Finally having checked out the garden - lots of flowers and veges and some great pots Rob has made - we think we will check out the Village. And its typically pretty; pedestrian main street, bulging tudor houses in black and white, quaint wee shops, some great art galleries, lots of little shops and about 5 pubs and the compulsory lovely old stone church...the biggest building in town and wearing the towns history with the graveyards ...
This post goes out to my friend Shelly who convinced me Primark was our future....
Claire's Mum offered to take us to this dream shop called Primark or Primarnie as those in the know call it (based on cheap Armanie for all foreigners reading this..) God it was home of the cheap. I bought cute pj pants for 5 pounds and tshirts for 3 pounds. It was a beautiful experience and man oh man we need to implement this place back home. You can pretty much ...