Colwick Hall Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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I grabbed the bus to Frankfurt Hahn after checking flights and booking on a Ryanair at 06:45 this morning. I sat in the airport for a few hours as it was an early flight but it was fine. We left on time and despite a rather bumpy landing I made my way from Stanstead to Kings Cross for the train to Grantham and then home.
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... got into the ceiling, died and soon the place was overrun with bugs. Exterminators were called in and when they entered the room they found a hollow spot in the wall. Once they opened it up they found a bundle tied closed. inside the bundle was a baby, in a little gown and bonnet, wrapped up carefully. They sent it to the mortuary who said the baby was either still born or died within hours of birth. According to history the council house ...
... we were privileged to look around the packing plant which was amazing. It was now after mid day and we needed to make tracks for Boston and our next visit at Albert Bartlett who pack fresh potatoes. After a brief stop at the fox inn we arrived at the plant just after 2pm, we signed in and meet with Justin Widerspin and looked around their fresh pack site which does 75,000 MT of the 500,000 MT of ...
... basements of houses, where people could rent as cheap accommodation. In World War II they were also used as bunkers during bomb attacks. A lot of pubs in Nottingham still have caves as there storage rooms and others make an attraction out of them. We went to the caves underneath the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, which weren't demolished when building the centre as these were caves used as tanning factories, which made them special. ...