Mercure Brandon Hall Hotel and Spa Warwickshire
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... in a pub! We met up with Isy and Ryan's friends and sampled some beer. I had sampled some cider instead of beer! Was a nice afternoon. Today we took Ava to the snowdome! Which I now see is how the British do winter sports! The lack of snow in this country makes winter activities hard! So they have indoor skiing/snow boarding, tubing/ sledding and a section to ...
... for me at Turpins in Tywcross. This was an amazing night, such a surprise. The girls had organised balloons and a cake for me. The food was also amazing. I had mussels for my starter and then pork belly for my main. The pork belly was delicious and crispy! I must say my waistline is not looking great after this week! The last social event I went to one Friday night was the Puppy Walkers Hunt Ball. I had gone shopping in ...
... shut as the temptation to buy an incredible selection clothing and trinkets tested our resolve ( there is only so much you can carry when travelling ! ). What a fabulous day and not a dog insight, until we got back to 'the Green' at least.I thought I had done well hiding my excitment with a detached and cool demenour, giving my best " not bothered" expression and ........no one was fooled! We had booked a visit to the NEC for the annual Motor Racing ...
... remove images of Kirk Douglas and Russell Crowe as the wondrous stories of Roman slaughter and fun were depicted. It is an impressive sight, though recent modernisation has given some of the previously delapidated sections an overly modern, 1950s feel! The weather was holding out thankfully and we were beginning to suffer from the lack of sleep. As this is a Sunday, the whole place shuts down by 3:30 and we strolled across to the Forum and the Palatine Hill, they too closing early. ...
The Little Ouse Valley between Brandon and Thetford has been designated a Forest Nature Reserve by the Forestry Commission in recognition of its importance to wildlife.Along the valley, wetland areas of alder carr and fen, poplars, damp grazing meadows and reedbeds support a rich variety of plants, insects and birds. St Helen's picnic site, next to the river, is a good base from which to explore.
The little church of Santon is called by some "St ...