Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms
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... the places and people that I met on my travels. I want to preserve my memories better! I also want my friends and family to know where I am as much as possible while I'm away and this seems to be the way to do it in 2015. So, please join me on my travels to America in September and follow me as I attempt to live with a bus load of 18-39 year olds for over 3 weeks! (When I say it like that, ...
... 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 ...
... it lazy service, we'd wanted to while away a bit of time but by the time we'd got our lunch and eaten it there wasn't a lot of time left. We still left a tip - try and work a bit harder. We left the restaurant and walked into what we thought was a giant shopping mall, it wasn't, it was a giant food market and what a crazy building. The roof arched up and over and it was like standing in a giant tunnel with windows at each end, but the ceiling and walls were all ...
... of good memories. The city's population was around 230,000 when we lived here. It now has a population of around 460,000.
At the end of the day we went to the Victoria Hotel (that Phillip and Joyce often frequent) and shouted them an evening meal.
On Wednesday, Claire and I went back to the Nottingham Archives and did some further research into the Maria Saxe Siddons, as a result of the previous day's success. As ...
... and pumpkin! Friday (20th) we were so spoilt this morning, Chris cooked us bacon, eggs, sausages, tomatoes and mushrooms! We caught the local bus into town, went to the galleries of justice. The tour was led by two actors from the period who set the scene quite well. We were taken through the court room where they roll played a conviction and James had to play the roll of the husband who accused his wife of murdering their child, then we went down through various ...