Cley Hall Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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According to a Times survey, Stamford in Lincolnshire was rated the best place to live in 2013. So today we visited Stamford, a beautiful 17th century town of stone buildings. A bit like a Cotswolds town with fewer cottages. When we arrived we parked in a free 2 hour zone. MDW asked a local 49 year old lady for directions, she correctly identified us as Australians and said she hated living in ...
... have 2 weeks in a job its difficult to warn an "experienced" warden that this may happen! Anyhoo! It only took 6 hours to move it 100 metres and then not get it where it was supposed to be! What else? Oh yeah, Jayne learnt to drive 'the big blue tractor'. After that there was no stopping her and she was off. She attacked the riverside moorings, mill pond and the lake. There was no vegetation safe from the hedge trimmer and strimmer. Turns out that some if ...
- I know we said that we would probably update on a Friday but it was a pretty good weekend. Saturday saw us walk into Wansford and catch the number 9 bus into Stamford. There was nothing that we really wanted except to explore. That is what this whole life change was about after all. Stamford is quite a confusing place with lots of little alley ways and hidden passages, but once you get your bearings it is a charming town. Find of the day ...
... Dave Stones and Mary. Lots of reminiscing took place before we went to visit David's Mum who is in a Care Home since she lost her partner of many years, last year. Phyllis was thrilled to see us both once again. We were talking about Eden Park as Phyllis was in the "Land Army" and sent to Lincolnshire during the war and it was there she met her husband, Bill. In the museum was a display which included Land Army dolls. Another resident heard us talking about the ...
... recently upgraded Travelodges" since arriving in the UK, we decide to give it a go .... suffice to say, NEVER AGAIN. A quick walk around Peterborough (nothing to see here) in search of what we know will be one of our last Guinness Steak Pies. Success at O'Neill's - a local Irish pub, and then back to our hotel to deal with emails and other work that we have been happily neglecting since we left Edinburgh.