Premier Inn Ashby De La Zouch
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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 ...
... in a pub! We met up with Isy and Ryan's friends and sampled some beer. I had sampled some cider instead of beer! Was a nice afternoon. Today we took Ava to the snowdome! Which I now see is how the British do winter sports! The lack of snow in this country makes winter activities hard! So they have indoor skiing/snow boarding, tubing/ sledding and a section to ...
... did not have permission to be on. It made for some great entertainment. Especially when one of them was sitting on a fence that we were jumping and Sam jumped right over top of her. After the hunt I went to the Bird in Hand pub with Kate and Pete, in Austrey, for a drink. I then met Rachel and Janey at the kennels for a couple more drinks. I couldn't have asked for a better final hunt! On Tuesday (day before my birthday) ...
We went up the mountain to see if we could ride on the Kirklees light rail. It's a small steam engine that travels from one station to another and back again.
The train and carriages were so cute. Girls enjoyed it, it went through a tunnel and also had parks at both stations so it ticked the boxes to ensure a good day was had by all.
The next day we decided to go see the Castle called Ashby de la Zouch. An interesting name which made for ...
... Legion and gets around 300,000 visitors a year and is home to the striking Armed Forces Memorial which commemorates those who have been killed on duty or as a result of terrorism from the end of the Second World War to the current conflict in Afghanistan. Very moving and impressive! Off then to Ashby-de-la-Zouch, a beautiful small town from where some of AJG's ancestors lived. Had a lovely lunch at a ...