Rushton Hall Hotel and Spa
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... Savassi square and Brazilian carnival! Rio - understand why people go, Copacabana is an amazing sight especially the people ( men in speedos is just WRONG) The tour from heaven seeing Christ the redeemer and sugar loaf mountain the tour guide from hell (ask) meeting so many tourists from around the world and everywhere you turn is a photo opportunity. Recife - the pot holes in the road!! The car hire attendant, glad we ...
... huge ½ lb Cheese Burgers to accompany our fresh pints. We took these down to the main stage area to eat but neither of us could finish them and we were glad we hadn’t bought chips to go with them. Scroobius Pip vs Dan le Sac had the main stage after FFAF and this was more in the Rap/Urban vein. They seemed to have plenty of fans in the crowd but they did nothing for us so we used our Poundland mats to stretch out and soak up some sunshine.
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... of wind turbines in the fields. Every vista features a cluster of the white giants looming over crops and livestock. Of course, it is difficult to admire the scenery when pressured by traffic to travel at 70 mph! Nottingham meant an outing to Sherwood Forest and we were lucky enough to stumble across a group of enthusiastic history buffs who had created a medieval village in a clearing. It turns out that Isobel ...
... real name) they were called "Symphony State". Probably not what I normally listen to but that’s not a bad thing.
I’d noticed a lightening in the sky to the west as I’d arrived at the festival which I took as a good sign and looking out from the tent it looked as though the rain was easing considerably. Just before the next band were due to start I spotted Julie striding across the field so went to meet her and handover the ...
... the 250 acres of lawns, grass, trees, shrubs and vistas that we found! We set a fast pace as we walked along some of the paths, past lakes, statues, temples, grotto and across bridges for a couple of hours, including a quick lunch before returning to Bletchley Park for a couple of hours in B Block followed by a 5 minute tour of Hut 6 and Hut 3.
For dinner we walked to the Three Trees restaurant/pub for a great, huge meal. We needed the walk back after all that ...
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