Hassop Hall Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bakewell
... of last-minute shopping after work and then head to West Street with the aim of finding a decent pub. This turns out to be a tall order, as my definition of "decent" seems not to coincide with that of the current student population. I'd be happiest in a working man's club (if they let me in) and all I find is neon, high bar stools and colourful decor. So I end up in Nirmal, a curry house that first opened its doors in 1981. The owner, a ...
... concept of not having both double glazing and central heating (many, as I do, have triple glazing and very efficient central heating, especially in urban areas) so I understand why some of you may be scratching your heads in puzzlement. But this is the reality for many in the UK, and a lot of older people suffer a great deal each winter due to a lack of insulation, heating and adequate glazing.
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... but closed, the department itself having been relocated elsewhere. This will prove to be a recurring theme as we explore our old stomping grounds.
The next day (Sunday), we take the bus out to Sharrow Vale Road, where I lived in my second year. I remember it as quite a bohemian area, and it doesn't disappoint. Still seems pretty down to earth but with even more quirky shops and eateries. And my old terraced house looks ...