Whitley Hall Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... he realises what he's letting himself in for, 3 months backpacking around Asia... With me :) Getting excited as the hours pass by it's time to head to the airport a day early to stay in the airport hotel as we had an early flight in the morning. Fingers crossed everything from here goes ...
... metres and the square boundaries about 50-60 metres. I felt really comfortable batting because you had to play everything on the front foot. After the game we had a few drinks in the clubhouse and had a chat with all of the boys which was good- I am slowly starting to know them which makes me feel more comfortable. We had Maccas for tea at 10:30 which was a ridiculous time to eat, but we were both ...
... hotel at 9 to give ourselves plenty of time to get to Kings Cross and find out where we need to go. Carrying our luggage from the hotel to Pimlico station was a lot harder then I thought it would be. We finally made it to Pimlico and caught the tube to Kings Cross with plenty of time to spare, so we sat down to rest our legs at Pret and I had a coffee. We eventually found out which platform we had to catch the train from (unfortunately it wasn't platform 9 3/4) ...
... was a new notice up in the Surgery. It announced that because of a reduction in funding by the Government that patients would have to wait at least a week for an appointment with a Doctor!! Mysteriously the notice is gone the next day!!
NHS safe with this lot - you must be kidding - and now Clegg is talking about a future coalition with Labour. I hope they only have a handful of seats in 2015 let alone be part of a Government.
Few will forget the broken promises ...
... We sourced some new but inexpensive oak beams for lintels and frames and Andy set his stall out to put in the back door entrance first. We planned on creating a stable style back door from an upcycled door from Hannah's new house and the cottage here.
So the work started using the tools we had to hand, namely a sledge hammer, a lump hammer, gorilla bar and a motley collection of power drills. It soon became obvious that we needed a bigger drill (not just a bigger hammer as Peter ...