St James Hotel
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Everything was perfect..
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So today is the the day I begin my journey, although a Travelodge in Birmingham isn't quite as exciting as Tanzania... (probably dirtier as well).
I'm currently doing some last minute rearranging of suitcases to fit everything in, with the help of Kenny ...
Back in Newark for a couple of days before we head to Rome on Monday. On Friday we had a big walk and wondered through the city markets that are held on Fridays. Ellie has been nagging us to get her hair done so she booked in to a local hairdresser and got it cut. We then went to Oscars, a local pub for dinner which was great. An open fire, a local jazz band (well couple of ageing rockers on the trumpet and clarinet singing ...
... walked up a steep hill called Thorpe Cloud. Didn't quite get to the top as it was extremely windy and we nearly got blown over from the point we climbed to. The view was equally spectacular though. We looked South over the Peak District and across to Derby. Earlier in the day we had been talking about how England is so flat. We were surprised at the size of the hills in the Peak ...
... After lunch at the pub we looked at trials at the Cambridge University Farm, this year they have over 30 trials, some for Fritolay, some for Bayer and some internal stuff. Looking at variety trials, chemical, greening studies and cultivation, so quite a wide spread of trial work. A great resource for UK potato growers ...
Grandma and Mark went into town on the bus, then took a ride on a tram. Julia met up with Rach at a pub by the river, the older boys enjoyed time at home making tree houses and looking for insects with Grandad, and Richard read his book. Then an evening swim at Rushcliffe Leisure Centre (where I used to be a life guard in the late 80's!), and early night before school ...