The Morley Hayes Hotel
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So today is the the day I begin my journey, although a Travelodge in Birmingham isn't quite as exciting as Tanzania... (probably dirtier as well).
I'm currently doing some last minute rearranging of suitcases to fit everything in, with the help of Kenny ...
... from newark. We bought the tickets on line and caught the train there at 2 for a 3pm start in Nottingham. Nottingham plays in the Championship which is the competition under the English Premier League - the teams still have huge support with approx. 25,000 to each game. we met some (3) great young fellas on the train (who i later told ellie and matilda looked exactly like the boys from one direction) - they were so friendly and chatty ...
Hughesy joined me for this weekend. Unfortunately the dairy farmer had not told me I was milking on Sat so I begin our weekend having to milk! But lucky it was just for the morning. We thought it'd be nice to head up to the Peak District to have a look around the National park. It was about an hours drive north through Derbyshire and just into Staffordshire. Our first stop was Ilam which ...
... and stayed on deck until it cooled off a bit and we had to go and empty our cases only two so second one was done after safety drill down in mallabar. Back to top deck to watch azure sail past the Isle of Wight and into the wide blue yonder...our 17 night cruise had begun. Evening meal was definitely different, such a laugh with the two couples on our table, but half way ...
Then across fields, past a reservoir and to the village of Abbotts Bromley. It's here that for the last 700 years or so, once a year a group of local men dance around the village with ancient reindeer horns. They do this all day, subsisting purely on local beer. There must be a pun in all that somewhere?
Through the village and to the B&B, called Marsh farm. Really nice little ...