The Lion Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We've arrived. We've done it. Portland, OR, USA to Leicester UK, overland by bus and train as far as practically possible. We feel happy. Here are the interim stats...
14 countries between the US and the UK.
60+ towns, cities and hotels.
We're still working on the blog and will continue to post for a few ...
... 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 ...
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Moving on and traveling back to September 17th is Avery holding the precious keys to our new apartment. It was more of a struggle to secure our home than we had hoped, which leads to the breakdown of eating at McDonald's after purchasing some home supplies. It was greasy and it was gross. No regrets.
Despite having an apartment with a nice view, we would not have internet for 3 more weeks. This commenced what I like to call the "coffee house ...
... entertainers, we took ourselves for a walk through the forest. The trees are somewhat thinner than in Robin's time, but the magnificent old Major Oak is fenced off and propped up in an endeavour to preserve life. Is Robin real or fiction? Well, the storyboards leave you to decide, but there is a suggestion that there were a number of good Robins helping the poor.
We were able to find parking in Nottingham for a quick picnic in front of the castle with the hope of having ...
... around the former mill workings. The mill pond is now a rowing and boating venue and its banks are now a very attractive public park. Its the end of the well dressing season in the Peaks District – a very ancient custom where village wells and water sources are honoured by erecting pictures made out of natural materials (flowers, petals, leaves, twigs, seeds, bark, stones, etc) into panels filled with clay. ...