The Wishing Well Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... from newark. We bought the tickets on line and caught the train there at 2 for a 3pm start in Nottingham. Nottingham plays in the Championship which is the competition under the English Premier League - the teams still have huge support with approx. 25,000 to each game. we met some (3) great young fellas on the train (who i later told ellie and matilda looked exactly like the boys from one direction) - they were so friendly and chatty ...
Well well well it's come to the end of my first week! It honestly feels as though I've been here for a month....
Everyone at The Peterborough School has been extremely kind and welcoming, making sure we have enough food, warmth and sleep, though the latter two are proving a tad deprived! Jetlag is still a pain, and the cold is certainly not to be trifled with!!
I'm working ...
Still on a high from meeting our family it was nice just to sit down quietly and catch up with those who were available for lunch. We got the guided tour of Boston Town including of course best Pub, The Boston Stump which was unfortunately closed and Centenary where Carl & Kelly were married a year ago.
We checked out the local shopping ...
Wow what a night!
After facebooking an event to hopefully meet some of my British family for the first time we were utterly taken back by at 40-50+ strong turnout. Walking through the door to the Burton House Restaurant we were anxious, nervous and not sure what to expect then all of a sudden it was like the pages I see daily on facebook had come to life.
It was fabulous to also see the Smith side of the family finally meet the Rowe side ...
... the top gates, open the bottom paddles, and wait for the lock to empty before opening the bottom gates and closing the bottom paddles, sorry, penstocks. No reason was given – we are expected just to obey without question. Why does it need to be emptied? If there is a good reason, why is it not sufficient to leave the lock emptying, with a paddle up, as on other waterways? An explanation would have credited us with some intelligence, says Victor Meldrew.