The Unicorn Inn
Travel Blogs from Newton Solney
... To do this we need many things, not least of which is a strong dependable workhorse to get us around and arguably no better vehicle exists for this than a Toyota Land Cruiser 80 series. So, here's a picture of our latest acquisition. It's nearly 20 years old and has done nearly 167,000 miles and still going strong. It's in standard shape right now and will be base lined for a long trip and have few modifications to ...
Caught up with the relatives at Toli's place. Richard bbq'd and we ate. Julie had managed to talk Laura and Rebecca to donate some shoes to her collection, plus Laura gave Julie an unused handbag. We tried to coordinate some travels together so working rosters were compared with our travel plans. Hopefully we will work something out. After eating we said good bye and headed back to Southwell to pack. Packing completed we went to bed getting a but excited about going to ...
... indie rock band who have been on the scene for years and have done pretty well, with a new album “TV en Francais” this year were the penultimate act on the stage. I didn’t mind their stuff at all. I would have enjoyed it more, perhaps, had I spent some time listening to their music before the festival but time is always precious and I’d spent some of it revising Buzzcocks. Pleasant enough in the late evening sun and definitely not lacking energy.
... the movement. I saw Magazine, a group formed by one of their former members a couple of times and I think that a couple of band members were are a party I went to in the late 1970s in Manchester but I’d never seen them live before. They were excellent. Peter Shelley and Steve Diggle remain from their heyday. They performed almost all the songs that I remember from nearly 40 years ago finishing off with their biggest hit, “Ever Fallen in Love ...
... one morning by an odd noise outside that turned out to be a farmer scything the weeds. Being Sunday, the shops are mostly closed but the Tesco Express in Chesterfield is open so we got enough food for breakfast. Dinner was at the Crispin Inn (built around 1416). The fish and chips dominated by a massive piece of cod plus a pint of bitter capped the day. So far jet lag is in abeyance. Good ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed