Holiday Inn Express Nottingham City Centre
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... and heat efficient 3 storey homes built together just near the Trent. They have a small " garden" a roof terrace and cracking views. The house was due to be ready a couple of months ago but predictably things are running late and they are expecting to be in sometime in May. It is super-exciting although rather daunting too as there is lots still to get right and many decisions that need to be made about curtains, furniture etc etc. It was great to see the house in ...
Well after a short drive through the English countryside we arrived at our Motel which is absolutely as English as you can get. Tankersley Manor is set is beautiful gardens and is a spa and health centre. Rooms are clean and furnished in old English style. Only complaint is noisey doors which bang loudly . We dropped off our bags and then ...
... the places and people that I met on my travels. I want to preserve my memories better! I also want my friends and family to know where I am as much as possible while I'm away and this seems to be the way to do it in 2015. So, please join me on my travels to America in September and follow me as I attempt to live with a bus load of 18-39 year olds for over 3 weeks! (When I say it like that, ...
After a lovely few days (including Christmas day!!) with the family in Nottingham we are off back up north tomorrow to spend our last few nights in Manchester.
For those of you who don't already know our itinerary, it is in brief as follows...
First stop INDIA 10th October - 4th November
Fly into Mumbai after 3 nights exploring the city we head out on our first ...
We finally left Liverpool and headed down along the east central part of England. The terrain is not all that different once you get past Manchester; around there, you travel along highways that look like the ones you'd see near Kamloops or in the Drumheller Valley; in the span of a half hour we had ascended to over 1200 ft above sea level and back down to 40 or so feet. It's bizarre. But the weather today made for a beautiful, picturesque drive. ...