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... 105 acre gardens. Naturally, Avery and I felt right at home and exhibited our most bourgeois behavior while touring the place. We also learned it was the setting for the Keira Knightley Pride and Prejudice 2005 film. Here is a video summary slide show and a bunch of pictures from the ...
... polish beer (shout-out to the ancestors!).
The following weekend Avery and I met up with some of her classmates to stop by the 41st annual Steel City Beer and Cider Festival at the nearby Kelham Island Museum. (Note: Sheffield used to be a huge steel manufacturer and most of it was produced in Kelham Island). There was even a live band (of the brass and horns variety) that played the Jurassic Park theme song. Weird, but awesome.
Lastly, we attended a festival ...
... still raining. We tanked up again just short of the M1 and decided to finish off that way, just to get it over and done with.
Just below Lutterworth the heavens opened up and it was complete ****.
It stopped raining by junction 25 and we landed at Hucknall at 3.20pm.
The bikes had done us proud although they did ...
... had noted that it was consecrated in 1103. Amazing old architecture. Chris & I stopped to look at the old headstones. Some of them dating back to the late 1600's. The weather and years had eroded almost to the point you can barely make out the dates. A cheerful older man using a cane invited us on in to see the church. We made your way inside to a beautiful church with amazing history. The man that greeted us; his name Keith Miller ( ...
... Quite a drive, although it was good that the M1 is a very straight, flat and direct motorway. We got back to Jacindas flat where we were introduced to Made in Chelsea, a quality tv programme about the lives of Chelsea's rich and famous youths! We walked down to the local Indian place to get some to take away. You don't just get the curry rice and naans that you ordered (like you would in NZ), they also chuck in poppadoms, chutney, yoghurt & a mini salad. Bonus!