Premier Inn Nottingham North West - Hucknall
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... for the night on bollards, just above the lock. The visitors
had mostly disappeared by about 8 o clock and we had a peaceful night there. It is a very busy section of this little used canal and boats and house boats line the opposite bank for over a mile.
We came up the double locks on our own. I could see from the way Bryan struggled that the locks were very stiff. We made slow progress through Long Eaton, which went ...
... years representatives and to welcome the three new successors, of which I am lucky to be one!
Listening to last year's scholars and what they have achieved left me feeling a few emotions;
1) Excited. I mean seriously, is this happening!?
2) Welcomed into a new, supportive and dynamic family.
3) Like I have a lot to ...
... her. The same happened at the next lock but hey, it's still a beautiful day and the scenery is amazing.
We arrive at the next lock to find a boat moored on the locking bollards even though there is ample space behind. This makes things difficult for the boat handler. It was still a beautiful day.
We had last filled our water tank over a week ago. On rivers, sanitary stations, where you can get rid of your rubbish, empty ...
Had a ride into Canterbury. Wandered shops, bought new bike locks and a notebook, very exciting. At 3pm we saw Evensong on in the Cathedral at 3.15, this meant free admission and a choir thrown in. It was brilliant and quite moving, the choirboys and cantor were ...
... decadent but is enchanting. The Estate is obviously very well managed with many informed and helpful attendants around the house, an obviously large ground staff who maintain the extensive manicured gardens revealing the eccentricities of various Dukes. One area has a rockery formed by hundreds of rocks stacked on each other with many of them weighing many tons. Another area had a life sized weeping willow that was an art piece which sprayed water. There were glass houses for ...