Premier Inn Nottingham Arena - London Rd
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... I don't have enough" to "I don't have enough time to fit it all in!". The route is going to have to change around a bit, especially as things can change last minute, plus I may want to squeeze a few places in depending on what comes up. Scary! Daunting! Awesome!
See my route below:
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... and due to our lateness only paid 1/2 price for entry. Despite the tacky carnival type tents around the green with carnival type games, souvenir stalls, ice cream and food vendors, the castle was highly intriguing and fun to explore. Most rooms were accessible and contained priceless artworks, armory and exquisite furniture and a lot of historical facts to read. The lifelike authentically dressed mannequins provided a glimpse of life in the times around the ...
It was exciting northern Scotland going to Aberdeen, inverneness, Stirling,Dundee and the locks. TheLocks is where Nessie lives. We started off in Dundee and had loads of fun going go karting and then in Aberdeen we saw Jurassic park and for me it was the the best movie ever. In Inverness we just stayed their and searched for Nessie the next day and in Stirling just rested. We got to Nottingham 2 days ago and ready to go to ...
... a good solid meal and a few ales to complement our reunion. Strolling home in the fading light of a mild Spring evening, along familiar streets lined with neat English gardens and deciduous trees heavy with new growth, we felt like we had come home. "Oh, to be in England, now that Spring is here..."
We spent a week with our girls, alternating between the house, pubs, Nottingham city and the neighbouring countryside. ...
The Robin Hood story was the best part of the tour. The legend began as a way for the Saxon (native English) peasants to laugh at the Norman occupiers and was passed down by word of mouth for about 400 years (1100-1500). Then, the legend transformed to written stories after the invention of the printing press. With the advent of May Day celebrations round 1600, the tale of Robin Hood became a stage ...