Wyboston Lakes Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Swimming pool
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... off to her boyfriends house. Anne showed me all her cross stitch and tapestry work. She's very talented. I became dreadfully tired and had to have an afternoon nap. Later Anne, Pete and I went to the pub for dinner. My treat the same as 4 years ago. Then we sat in the fading sun and had a drink overlooking green fields where children ...
... in a small restaurant, the only one open in the village as the other one only opens in summer. Next we went to Fleury-la-Rivière where we went to a fascinating shell museum. When the owners were digging tunnels for their cellars way beneath their vineyards, to place their bottled Champagne for maturation in a cool, dry atmosphere, they came across thousands of fossilised sea shells in perfectly preserved conditions, apparently dating back more than 45 million years ago. ...
... we have found a room for the night. Its funny how you see city life differently walking with a backpack. The tattiness of the streets and the arduous barriers to be overcome, like railway lines and of course in this case, the M1 motorway are ******* the eye in a way we don't think of when driving. Also it is hard not to feel a slight edge of concern walking through a middle eastern suburb and through cul-de-sac streets to cross graffiti covered railway bridges.
It's the night before our big trip and we are happy to be getting to bed early for a change.... If 10pm is early? We started packing on Monday, but tonight we decided that we needed to repack everything. It worked out better as we managed to fit everything we needed, added some stuff we forgot, and removed a few things that we're taking up space. We have been planning this trip since December and can't believe it is here. Two duffle bags and two day packs to survive for the next ...
... to be fair! Then there's Marie Blakeley, a retired teacher who looks to have all the skills necessary to keep this bunch of ageing adolescents in check!
And there we have it, the Dirty Half Dozen, the Magnificent Almost Seven or the Sixth Nonsense. Either way, this will be the plucky group of Coast to Coasters to tackle Wainwright's wonderful walk. Our accommodation is booked and we will be using ...