Travelodge Nottingham Central
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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Well - it's 7am and shortly everyone will be waking up and getting ready to head over to Derbyshire. The celebration party for Mum and Dad's 50th is happening today near Matlock starting at 12.30 and we are expecting nearly 40 people - all close family. We are coming together from near and far as apart from us, Dad's brother Richard and his partner have travelled from South Africa and Mum's brother Tony and his wife and one of their children will be over from Dublin. ...
... Sheffield for lunch at the Meadowleigh Centre. After a leisurely lunch wandered around Sheffield checking out the local shops and historical buildings. Then back to Tankersley Manor where we were joined for a few drinks by Vikki Van Beck and spent the afternoon catching up on the Boxer scene in UK. Time then to go clean up for ...
So I've gone and done the most bizarre, yet exciting thing! I've booked a three and a half week cross country trip to America. Many of friends and family know I have wanted to visit America for a long time but it just hasn't worked out for one reason or another, so I decided to take the initiative and go it alone! Brave or Stupid? The jury is still out on that! (with the amount of Law and Order ...
... Laura and Ricky for a most enjoyable and fun night. She says: We were advised this was classy casino and dress accordingly. So reluctantly my darling husband wore pants and a shirt and I wore a dress. Also bring ID to get in so passports in bag. We arrive at the casino thanks to Richard. Laura and Ricky get their ID checked and the rest of us are just ushered in, maybe we look older than 18. At the restaurant and my husband insisting on getting a larger bottle of sake, ...
... the Trust, a previous Scholar and Trustees from the Scholarship and the QMC League of Friends (who kindly fund the journey). The second stage of the interviews were undertaken at Nottingham Council House with the Roosevelt Trustees and Sir Andrew; I was fortunate enough to be awarded the Scholarship. I have since visited the US Cultural Attaché at the US Embassy in London and returned again to get a visa for my visit. I have also met with (and ...