Wortley House Hotel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at Heathrow airport and he had many interesting stories to share. The whole experience would have been the absolute delight of many, with a keen interest in fire fighting and fire-engines, but I too with a complete black hole in my knowledge of this area, found the visit extremely enjoyable.
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... country. They have all adopted me as the resident Aussie and accepted me as family.
Classes start on Monday and I am actually excited for them. I'm ready to settle down and get back into the routine. Once I get settled and know what my timetable and assessment schedule are like I'll be able to start thinking about taking weekend trips and where I want to go for my holidays. ...
It has been a busy week. I caught the ferry back across and dragged my luggage onto three separate trains to get to Manchester Airport. I found the University of Hull people as soon as I got there as they were located just outside the train station. I had to sit there for over 4 hours waiting for the next bus to take us into Hull. It wasn't too bad though, I made some friends with the other students. We didn't get to Hull until 10pm at ...
Now it was time to head for the Lincoln Motorhome Show for a few days. We had not been here before, but it was similar to the one at Peterborough. We spent Friday wandering around the stalls and picking up a few bits and pieces that we wanted for Juliette now that we were getting to grips with the differences to our old van. In the evening we went in to the marquee to listen to Darren Busby and even did a couple of dances, then over to the Epic ...
... a walk up on to it. If the weather and Albert's foot had been better we may have gone right over it. 2 miles each way I believe. I don't know all the stats. I'm more interested in the experience.
After that we headed to a little turf labyrinth I remembered where we had a quiet meditative stroll around that before heading into 'Sunny Scunny', aka Scunthorpe, which was the town I 'fetched up' ...