The Clarence Hotel Nottingham
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... Thanks for following along, it's been fun and gratifying to know friends and family have been on the trip with us.
Many have commented it was "the trip of a lifetime". Well, yes... but we hope not, more one of our trips during our lifetime. We're already thinking about where to go next.
Midge and David
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Yesterday Avery and I took a bus to the nearby Chatsworth mansion, home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. It is extremely ritzy and has roughly one million rooms and had just been decorated for the Christmas season. Many dukes have come and gone and made changes to the house and ...
... operated and staffed entirely by volunteers and we stopped here on Sunday afternoon for an interesting guided tour offering an insight into the life of a lock keeper and toll keeper from the late 18th Century to the 1950s when the canals ceased to operate. Houses backing onto the canal and pubs with beer gardens dropping to the water's edge complete the bucolic scene.
We met up with Frank, Claire's Dad, at his ...
... and Russell Crowe.
The guide ended his three plus hour, unscripted tour/performance with a plea for the future of the Robin Hood legend. At this point, he had to send some heckling drunks and almost lost his patience and train of thought. Where is the legend going? Maybe it will be reinvented for the 21st century (stealing from corporations to prevent climate change). How about a JJ Abrams ...
... sat in the middle of a field... the perfect photo opportunity but even so it's quite intimidating walking up to a sleeping Deer... best to keep your distance! Although it was quite a cold day (like most days are at the moment :/) we continued on admiring the natural beauty of the park as we walked up to Wollaton Hall, a magnificent Tudor house within the park. Perhaps if I was to say that this was Batman's house in The Dark Night Rises then you might be a little more ...