Premier Inn Derby South
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So I've gone and done the most bizarre, yet exciting thing! I've booked a three and a half week cross country trip to America. Many of friends and family know I have wanted to visit America for a long time but it just hasn't worked out for one reason or another, so I decided to take the initiative and go it alone! Brave or Stupid? The jury is still out on that! (with the amount of Law and Order ...
... as turnkeys and prisoners etc who told us about what it was like to be in a medieval prison. It was all really fascinating, with lots of information, gruesome facts, and true stories of the things that happened in the prison. Lauren.
Kate back again.....we had a quick lunch and were then off to the big match. Uncle Simon has the perfect job (well, perfect for a life long Nottingham Forest supporter that is) as he ...
... as the windmill worked away making nutritious organic peanut oil, so we went in. It was really fascinating watched it work, and the noise of the gears clunking and the smell of burning wood made it a very atmospheric place. The guy had a big pile of peanuts and he was feeding them onto the grinder wheel. We went upstairs to have a closer look at the workings, up here you could really smell the burning wood smell and the gears were smoking, we had a wander outside ...
99. Wilmot Wander
32 miles 3786 total miles.
4.31 MPH 13.55 minute miles.
Staggered start at 08:08. Nice to be independent and rely on our own route finding. We saw people along the way all day either the faster runners over taking us or us overtaking the walkers. It was mostly a friendly event, just the occasional person too lost ...
... the cookery demonstration - on one level a bit of an infomercial for their cookeware but a good show nevertheless. The shops included a giftshop, kitchen shop, glasswear and garden shop in addition to the obvious Denby pottery and china. It was after 4 before we tore ourselves away. Pip was keen to go to a place called Bluebells - a dairy on a farm, renowned for it's icecream and great cafe. This was the next stop - a bit of a detour but not too far. It was ...