Premier Inn Leeds City West
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... Botanical Gardens and the nearby Sheffield General Cemetery. Avery was pumped for the cemetery because she studies mortuary archaeology. It has actually been closed since the 70's and is quite overgrown with headstones knocked over and such, but made for an interesting experience. The British apparently don't like to think about death much and tend to put cemeteries on the outskirts of town. Later that weekend, we happened across a cultural fest and grabbed some authentic dutch ...
... it! You have to commit and go for it apparently!! Anyway, got a train and two planes to go before we get there! I really enjoyed writing my blog when we went to Sri Lanka and a lot of you said you enjoyed reading it so that's why I'm doing it again! Hopefully the wifi will be good throughout the trip so I can update you all on our Asian adventure! Kirsty ...
I found the old-fashioned merry-go-round in the market square and I had my first experience of Hot Roasted Chestnuts in a paper bag - I was very happy!!! I sat and ate them while watching the merry-go-round kids' fun! :-)
Overall, I was put off by the commercial nature of York, although I do understand that everyone has to make money somehow. I wasn't there long enough to get through that veneer and find ...
... over a period of 30 years, I reckon I have watched a grand total of just 20 plays (not counting school productions). By contrast, when I was a student at Leeds University, and a teacher in the West Midlands, I was surrounded by theatres and used to watch plays constantly. In my three years at Leeds, I must have watched at least 30 plays.
I was reminded yesterday of how powerful a play can ...
... based trip, almost all of it has been reconstructed since the industrial revolution, when it became a major center it textiles and manufacture.
Now it is a centre of finance and law, with four universities and a large number of businesses based out of this area, (cheaper than a London base)
It actually reminds me a bit of Sydney in it's appearance. The old bits in the government and museum sector are all Victorian, but almost all the rest is ...