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Travel Blogs from Sheffield
Arranged to have a cup of tea with my Aunty Dorothy who is an octogenarian and her partner Eric who is a nonagenarian. Now before thinking I have the longevity genes, Dorothy is not a blood relative. My Aunty Marion who is my mothers sister reached her early 80s so I live in hope that I will still be able to annoy my darling wife for another 30 years. Derby ...
... car park some distance from the centre of Bakewell but a park is a park. Off we headed to town via the market square, jumping over puddles, to where various stalls were set up. The housing, like most towns in England are picture postcard images. Of course being in Bakewell we thought we should have some Bakewell tart. We found a nice ...
- Drove from Wetherby to Edwinstowe via Doncaster
- Did 5 walks, mainly in the woods
- Visited Sherwood Forest
By the campfire at night where the wild dingoes call
But there's nothing more lonesome, morbid or drear
Than to walk down the path of the woods with no ...
The next day we wanted to
try out some vegan cafes. Many are closed over the weekends which is annoying,
but there was one V Revolution that was open on Sundays and not too far a walk
from the main square. We had a special burger and a chick burger. Both were
nice, both were Frys brand…so nothing all that exciting really (we had read
that they served the ‘best’ burgers in the UK….well Frys brand is good ...
... furniture from a friend of his who was selling up and returning to Britain at the insistence of her daughter. Andy and I went around and bought a wardrobe, two cupboards and a large bed with the intention of putting them up in the grenier. We brought them back only to find that the bed base wouldnt go up the stairs. We hadn't enough time to do a proper job on the stairs so we put that as priority for our return in Spring. We returned to Sheff with jars and bottles and ...