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... left to fill in the afternoon. Turns out we were right about the appeal, but we did some shopping and were back bi about 4pm.
At shortly after 5:00 we headed to the pub for dinner, which serves an awesome grilled haddock
with chips and mushy peas. Now at 7pm, we are in our room having coffee/tea and winding down.
Off to York tomorrow !
... to rain so we called in at a pub for coffee. It soon stopped raining and we got back to Dave. He showed us the miniatures level with all the painted figures they sell. they were just fantastic and Dave showed us his favourites. We went to the town centre to get some food and visit the castle. Dave could eat at Buckman's the cafe at the Games Workshop. We ate at The Trip To Jerusalem parts of which are the oldest ...
... travel tunes. Kodaline mostly. I hope I meet some top people for socialising in the 4 bed carriage of dreams, don't let me down. And don't rape me.
Plans after that will be winged like a true traveller.
Currently putting some more tunes in the music player for staring out into the desert as we chug past, looking deep and musing. Cause I'm quite deep y'see.
Another lovely sunny day, and we took the elderly and rather cross little dog, Tintsy, for a long walk at Bradgate Park, which was the ancestral home of poor Lady Jane Grey, and still contains some very picturesque ruins of the home, all pretty red brick (traditional local building material) as well as a tower, known as Old John's Folly, built in 1786 on the very top of a hill with a view to next week. One climbs up through the bracken, past lovely copses of deciduous trees, ...
... was worried I would stand the whole five hours to Derby. But I didn't; there is a whole carriage of unreserved seats, and I actually had a pair of them to myself the whole way, probably because I dumped my backpack on one and looked intimidating!
Anne was waiting at Derby station, standing right outside the train door through which I got off. It was so exiting seeing her; we have seen one another within the last few years, in Paris, and again ten years before ...