Premier Inn Nottingham North - Daybrook
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... British Waterways to
Cruising Waterway Standard in 1983. This is the part which remains today. Eleven and three quarter miles with 15 double locks. It runs basically from south to north on the west side of Nottingham.
Getting to the top of the River Soar and moving onto the River Trent was quite breathtaking. So much water around.
We found the entrance to the Erewash canal, got through Trent Lock which was teeming with visitors ...
So it only feels right to kick off my Roosevelt blog (or Rooseyblog) now that I have officially received my scholarship! My partner Piers and I attended the Nottinghamshire Roosevelt Travelling Scholarship annual dinner at West bridgford County Hall on Friday 5th June. Scholars past and soon to be were gathered to hear the fantastic achievements ...
... your hair at all, it cleans itself. Not something I would ever contemplate trying.
Anyway, off we set with me feeling full of the joys of spring (or even summer). The first lock we got to had one of its gates open - possibly blown open by the wind. It means extra work for the lock worker but no worries. The next lock we came to also had a gate left open and I realised that we were following a boater who doesn't close the gates ...
After a lovely few days (including Christmas day!!) with the family in Nottingham we are off back up north tomorrow to spend our last few nights in Manchester.
For those of you who don't already know our itinerary, it is in brief as follows...
First stop INDIA 10th October - 4th November
Fly into Mumbai after 3 nights exploring the city we head out on our first ...
We finally left Liverpool and headed down along the east central part of England. The terrain is not all that different once you get past Manchester; around there, you travel along highways that look like the ones you'd see near Kamloops or in the Drumheller Valley; in the span of a half hour we had ascended to over 1200 ft above sea level and back down to 40 or so feet. It's bizarre. But the weather today made for a beautiful, picturesque drive. ...