Days Hotel Derby
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... t written articles for publication before so that is certainly something that will be new yet good to experience. He also mentioned that I could contribute further by developing resources and leaflets for the charity- but that would all need to be considered once I am back from the US! Note to self: do not put too much on your plate. Park things, for your own sanity!
Itinerary draft 1 has been produced. It looks like I have a lot set in the diary and I do sway ...
... s a beautiful day for a drive! We do most of the drive straight up the M1 but as we near traffic at a stand still we decide to take the A road. This is the England we have come to see. Beautiful green rolling hills sectioned by grey walls - making the perfect patchwork. Mr S stopped in at the Great Central Railway at Loughborough to see the station and found Mr S' first LMS carriage, which he told me was an Inspectors Saloon - he may or may not have 'whooped' out loud! We ...
It was exciting northern Scotland going to Aberdeen, inverneness, Stirling,Dundee and the locks. TheLocks is where Nessie lives. We started off in Dundee and had loads of fun going go karting and then in Aberdeen we saw Jurassic park and for me it was the the best movie ever. In Inverness we just stayed their and searched for Nessie the next day and in Stirling just rested. We got to Nottingham 2 days ago and ready to go to ...
... update you if my plan comes to fruition.
After a brief photo shoot we set off at 11:53am and rode for a 129 miles before stopping at a McDonalds for a Drink and a snack and obviously a McPi$$. Setting off again to ride the 55 miles to the IBIS Hotel in Portsmouth.
... on his own until 1982 with the house just getting more and more rundown. He was a hoarder, so when one room was filled with collections ( stuffed animals under glass, furniture, buckets, you name it, he collected it) he would just close the room and move to the next one. Terrific idea and as you walk around you realise that hoarding can be fun if you have a 100 rooms.
The National Trust were going to restore ...