SACO Nottingham - The Ropewalk
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... without a clue in the world. We approached the woman behind the first desk, nose pierced, knotted hair and asked "we want to go travelling?" at first she didn't say anything, but her response was written all over her face "no ****". But in a more diplomatic answer she replies "where do you want to go?". To be honest we hadn't a clue, we filled our arms with all the brochures they had to offer, walked out and had a thorough read through. After much deliberation we set ...
... coated digestives and a mini Snickers bar along with some fruit (if I can pinch some at brekkie without Lee seeing) and water and that's really plenty. Alicia and Tyler were good enough to trade choice brownies for a Snickers (win-win) so really everything is good with the world.
No photos cause I forgot to take the photo machine and Lee didn't take her phone.
See you tomorrow as I walk to ...
... lanes by the SatNav, we gave up and went back to the village and found a park. With rain pouring down we sat and had lunch wondering if Tess really wanted a walk! Eventually the rain slowed and we walk round what was an arboretum. Some beautiful trees including acers, eucalyptus and mimosas. On returning we decided that an awning was a must, for this country's weather, wellies, water proof and of course wet ...
... a good solid meal and a few ales to complement our reunion. Strolling home in the fading light of a mild Spring evening, along familiar streets lined with neat English gardens and deciduous trees heavy with new growth, we felt like we had come home. "Oh, to be in England, now that Spring is here..."
We spent a week with our girls, alternating between the house, pubs, Nottingham city and the neighbouring countryside. ...
... were the only kids on the tour and lasted longer than half the adults.
The tour guide mixed Robin Hood folklore with local facts and insights to make for an entertaining and educational tour. The first settlers named the town after their leader, "Snottingham," but the name was shortened by the Norman (French) conquerors. Nottingham became the lace capital of the world in the 19th century ...