Colwick Hall Hotel
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... myself of the madness of my decision!) I have OCD about personal hygiene, live alone and enjoy my own company! Not sure Trek America was my wisest decision - but we shall see. Let the adventure begin! Well the preparation at least!! I am starting in LA on September 14th travelling to New York till 8th October. I've added the map so you can see the route I will be taking. Will update soon Natalie ...
... Commercial Manager for his favorite football club which incidentally in only 3 mins walk away. He secured tickets for us all plus a few extras in the family area to see the Good Friday match between Forest and Wolves. So we donned supporters gear and headed off to the match with the other 27,000 supporters! Quite an experience - although "we" lost 2-1 unfortunately. "Come on you REDS!"
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... owners club and had decided that not all of them needed to open every day, after all how much peanut oil could one town sell. So they took it in turns to open so the tourists could always see a windmill spinning and always have the opportunity to buy some delicious peanut oil. We walked towards the windmills, totally ignoring the ones that weren't going and headed straight to one that was. For a mere two euro's, you could go inside and watch all the wheels and ...
... 8211; hard to get your head around what happened in those days but it was an amazing building that again has been torn down with wars and battles and rebuilt again over the last 800 years or so…Its built on the top of the hill overlooking the Nottingham country side. A short stop for lunch in Marks and Spencers cafe – and then back on the road for a short trip to Wollaton Hall. This ...
... exploring the castle and the caves (Wollaton Park and Newstead Abbey were for another day...). Turns out the castle actually isn't standing anymore but rather it's a mansion built on the site of the old medieval castle but it's still a lovely place to visit. below this are some caves which were originally carved into the sandstone cliffs, these caves are scattered throughout Nottingham (apparently there are some in our uni!). A huge seasonal attraction here is ...