Travel Blogs from Chesterfield
Staying close to the city centre and the things I wish to see, it's time to do some walking. First is the City of caves tour. It takes about and hour to do with a guide. Walking the 50 steps down under the city we come out in a open space and continue along one of the 500 tunnels that are under the city. Some of the spaces are quite small. These were used for people to hide from the police, to store meat and ...
Today was a beautiful day and always will be, it'll be Rob and Sarah's anniversary.
They had a magical wedding ceremony at Saint Peter and Saint Paul Parish of Oxton. We travelled by Rolls Royce to the Church and I was very proud to follow Sarah down the aisle.
We celebrated that afternoon and evening at Norwood Park, Southwell which was absolutely brilliant. We had a wonderful day and evening, congratultations and thank you Rob and ...
... very English Christmas Eve.
Early Christmas morning was spent at Haywood with Rob and James, before going to Crazy Nannas house to celebrate with Mum, Chris, Rachel, Nigel, Clare, Megan, Jack, Tom, Simon, Nick, Suzie and Rupes. Christmas lunch was then at Mums house with Garry, Crazy, Nigel and gang and the boys, it was a great day, full of lots of familyness.
To be continued
This was it. The end of our journey. Exhausted, we collapsed in the Sheffield Tap pub, waiting the 18:14 northern rail service home. It seems quite funny that our adventure, which took us around some of the worlds greatest landmarks, started and finished on a northern rail train. As we bid our farewells, we knew we would never forget this epic trip, and it was a truly great beginning to my gap year adventures. It was at that point that I realized I had lost my sunglasses. ...
We left York on Wednesday morning under overcast skies and headed south on the A1. On the way to our hotel in Chesterfield we stopped at Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire. Although originally built in the 12th century, the Little Castle that is seen today was built in the 17th century by Charles Cavendish and his son William who completed it as a "Pleasure Palace". Some of the ornate rooms have been restored and give a glimpse ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking