Premier Inn Burton-On-Trent East
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Burton upon Trent
... for main. Surprise, no desserts! We are in Gloucestershire (I think, at least I walked through it today. Who knows where a shire starts or finishes?) so local dishes have a bit of a head start.
For the first time in days we haven't spent like a Greek government finance minister. No taxi fares, no theatre, really no anything except food and drink. I walk with a packet of 'hobnobs' and a packet ...
After an evening trying to find various equipment on the net, we managed to find a camping shop close by. So as the rain was yet again pouring down we decided to try to find it. We programmed the SatNav for a bus and feeling more confident set off for Arbury. What we didn't realise was, the being a French SatNav the French must have small buses! All went well for ...
... 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 ...
... just cute cuddly sheep and beers with stupid names. Thursday January 29th It had snowed an inch or so overnight so we figured we'd go to Brimham Rocks. We'd been years ago and had loved it back then so with the bonus of a snow covering it was a must do. We arrived at the car park, parked up and then Amanda went to the pay and display. She came back looking very pale and concerned. "What's wrong sweetheart?" I asked "Did you slip in the snow? Did one of the rocks move? ...
... of the last lock on the Nottingham Canal and back onto the wide River Trent, opposite Trent Bridge Cricket Ground. Just a few hundred yards on and we moor on the steps of County Hall. There's an evening 20-over cricket match going on (Nottingham vs Lancashire) but are too late to get in. Instead we find the pub right behind the Ground. Fun to catch glimpses of the match and mingle with the cricket crowd.
Saturday 17th May: Through Holme Lock and to Gunthorpe