Lace Market Hotel
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Yesterday Avery and I took a bus to the nearby Chatsworth mansion, home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. It is extremely ritzy and has roughly one million rooms and had just been decorated for the Christmas season. Many dukes have come and gone and made changes to the house and ...
... seemed to go slow, especially as it was a gradual incline. It was a great find to avoid the busy roads and pedal along having a snack. Nottinghamshire was more rolling hills but I found the miles went by easier, with an injection of pace thanks to a coffee stop. The way I came into Nottingham was really nice. I didn't see the city until I went over a little climb and it looked quite beautiful when it appeared in front of me. Today the roads were very flat but I made slow progress in ...
... a earlier trip- Chicago! And the time I got to spend hanging out, and visiting with him was worth the detour to Nottingham-even if the city sucked, seriously folks, if you don't have a friend who happens to live nearby, don't go, it's not worth it! Nottingham was not what I expected, or what I planned, in most regards it was worse, but it still turned out better then I had imagined. It was just better in a different way! And ...
My first week of orientation had finished with the conclusion of international week but it wasn't over yet! The week of Sunday 22/9 was dubbed Week One or freshers week. This was when all the first years staying on campus (and the international students) moved into their uni accommodation for the semester and were welcomed to the uni. Living on campus to me is one major difference between university here and in Australia. In Nottingham it seems that your first ...