Etruria House Hotel
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... 105 acre gardens. Naturally, Avery and I felt right at home and exhibited our most bourgeois behavior while touring the place. We also learned it was the setting for the Keira Knightley Pride and Prejudice 2005 film. Here is a video summary slide show and a bunch of pictures from the ...
... polish beer (shout-out to the ancestors!).
The following weekend Avery and I met up with some of her classmates to stop by the 41st annual Steel City Beer and Cider Festival at the nearby Kelham Island Museum. (Note: Sheffield used to be a huge steel manufacturer and most of it was produced in Kelham Island). There was even a live band (of the brass and horns variety) that played the Jurassic Park theme song. Weird, but awesome.
Lastly, we attended a festival ...
Inevitably the end of the trip arrived yesterday. One final early start for most of us (Ross got a lie in and almost a full day extra in Hong Kong due to being on a different flight to the rest of us), 7.30 and the last private bus of the trip to the airport. We said our farewells to Jenny over breakfast as she was bound for Shegzhen and a train back to Guilin to her family.
An uneventful but very long journey home flying first ...
... least a very welcome breakfast, we discovered that Jess had been sick during the night in the car. So we cleared it up and headed off to Kerhuel.
The damp winter had penetrated the house so Andy and I spent a couple of days drying it out and airing it. A great excuse to get the 118 belting out the heat, Jotul really are masters of stove technology the only drawback is no view of the flames on the burning logs as the 118 is really a cast iron boiler unit which maximises heat ...
... the acro props, the stones were stabilised by the render on the inside of the wall. Outside we had one shaky moment when the stones in the wall at the top of the opening started to shift and threatened to collapse. We eventually got some acros in place, the outside lintel in and the stones above it cemented into place. The next couple of days saw the remainder of the opening being removed, the window frame in and windows fitted so all was well. All that was left was to point the ...