Premier Inn Nottingham North West - Hucknall
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It is the first day of JFC Ski 2015, the bus is all loaded, we've gone through the toilet rules (no solids!) and off we go. Miss Mullen is already panicking about the almost certain sickness on the ferry, eww! Mrs Taylor is missing her wine, Mr Maggs is regretting coming at all and Mr Swain is snoring like a walrus.
Tonight we will be making our ferry journey and seeing the beautiful scenery as we pass through France. We are due to arrive at our resort during mid ...
... for a living! We had dinner on the way home and the Bulls Head pub. On my actual birthday, I spent it with Kate, helping her out with her chores. We clipped Daisy and then we went to the Polesworth Chippie for a hot lunch which she shouted. She always talked about the Chinese curry sauce, and I finally had some. It was amazing with the salt and vinegar chips! On Thursday my young farmers friends organised a leaving ...
... of the snow had melted since we had got up, so there was only a slight covering but that was about to change. Suddenly the sky darkened and it started to snow big style, we can't have walked more than a mile from the car but the path was quickly disappearing and we were quickly getting lost. We turned around and tried to retrace our steps but our steps had gone. Oh. The snow continued to fall, we were okay as we were wearing our Norway outfits, but we still didn't want to ...
... the pick up was from a hotel across the road so we walked over to get it. I'd read a few bad reports on the net about Thrifty Heathrow but they were great and after signing things without reading them and declining any upgrades the girl handed us our keys. "This one's brand new it only has seven miles on it." She told us. Maybe we should have took out the extra cover that took the excess down from a £1000. We set off back to our hotel to ...
... you that creak as you walk. After a break at The Four Teas, a recreated 1940s cafe, we walk to the birthplace of the Bard. With almost apparent excitement, Bardette strides through the entrance and the series of rooms set to inform visitors. The house is her goal. As we walk through the rooms, an intoxication almost overcomes her as more information is gleamed from signs and attendants. We almost rush out of the house when she hears actors reciting ...