Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort - A QHotel
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Sunday the 9th August and three weeks to go before our trip to Italy. At the moment nothing is booked although we have identified a really lovely villa in the town of Cortona. Susan and I are googling places to go and things to see, and to be honest for me at least excitement levels are rising. It will be our first holiday since getting married and our honeymoon on Jersey. It promises to tick all the boxes sun, culture, good food and my lovely lovely ...
... and worked down there - we looked at the remains of a Tannery which was really interesting. They were used as well during the war as air raid shelters.
We then did a wee bit of shopping before striding back to Nic's flat. Mum and Dad then took us out to a small village outside Nottingham called Wysell where an old friend from NZ lives with his family. Tim was in Christchurch for 2 years in the early 90's and he and Hamish were tramping buddies. It was ...
... of the surrounding areas. Had dinner when we got back. Have sat and watched a variety of TV shows since. The weather has been good all day; intermittent sunny and clouds. Until about an hour ago and it started to get darker. It started to rain a bit about half an hour ago. Still forecasting sun for most of tomorrow, so it looks like I'll still get a summery birthday ...
Sunday 13th October 2013
Alarm goes off at 4:30, yes, in the morning!
Drive to Dunkirk, after check in, we arrive in our allotted lane, just as boarding starts, just as I like it, no hanging around.
Arrive in UK, pouring rain. The joys of driving along the M25 in a cloud of ...
... some, along with a grey squirrel whilst we ate our sandwiches before driving on to Castleton.
Albert and I walked up the hill side to Treak Cliff Cavern, one of the last working Blue John mines where we saw examples of the beautiful bowls and jewellery that has been and still is, made from this unusual mineral, a form of calcium, limestone.
We were 'speedily' led through the tour by a very 'hyper' young man who told us he had been doing these tours a long ...