The Stables at Martin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... and stately house that is situated on a large working farm in the English country side. while the house is on a working farm, the owners still live there and have established a café and produce shop as well - lovely bread, cakes and coffee. They rent the house out for functions, weddings etc. we took a walk of the ground where we came across another church (yes another one) surrounded by gravestones from around the 12th ...
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 ...
... came together a treat. It was one of the most fabulous evenings ever, Alexis was in awe of all her new relatives, Vince rolled out his humour and Abbey and Millie became the best of friends.
Meeting my Uncle Alan, Dad's brother was something I anticipated doing years ago. To finally achieve my goal to meet our British family after my search began in Boston 20 years ago was both rewarding and satisfying.
We have an amazing family!
... park. Matilda’s highlight was finding some draught horses to feed. We walked along The River Trent until we came to Newark Castle. It is a ruined castle that was built in the mid-12<sup>th</sup> Century. Amazing to think that the castle was demolished in battles and rebuilt a couple of times before Australia was settled by Europeans. Following the historical part of our day we walked to the central ...