Ibis Chesterfield Centre
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
It was dull and grey, typical England but at least it was dry.
Tanked up in Portsmouth and set off up the M27.
Just before the A34 it started to rain and the traffic was horrendous. The M40 was at a standstill.
It eventually thinned out on the A43 ...
... late, "why am I not surprised" and when we arrived it started to rain "why am I not surprised". So we had a light lunch and braved the rain to get to the house entrance. NB I parked the car extra carefully to avoid more scratches. In their collection they do have a petrified piece of wood - looks like myrtle - from the Derwent River in Tassie. There are tour guides in every room and they are ...
... and friends. Lots of wonderful hospitality chucked our way, and loads of lovely food, drink and laughs. There's no better feeling than feeling loved and we've had a lot of that. We've bought heaps of stuff for our trip including a car with a convertible roof, handy for Spain, maybe not Norway, but you never know. We should have also bought a book that told us how to condense big things into small spaces because we seem to have too much to fit into the ...