Marquess of Exeter Hotel
Travel Blogs from Uppingham
... Facebook status updates and blog silence which as you can imagine made publically ripping Bobby Razzler very difficult. Anyway, we got back to Nottingham and first stop was Rania's mum and dads house at 1130pm, our plans for surprise were almost scuppered when I ran into a comically placed chair in the front garden while trying to hide. It bloody hurt and caused and take 2 of filming due to some poor language. Joy answered the door to Sarah and when the ginger ninja jumped out ...
The 6th June has come and gone. The last instalment has been paid. Work has been informed. Time now for the 'big push' on planning. The preparations for my big trip to Peru in August. Those last minute purchases; a universal plug? Swiss army knife? those special trousers you unzip to create shorts? Advice is that US dollars have the ...
... tea and nice Bakewell Tart. Went for a walk around the market square which is picturesque but over taken with modern signage etc. Although it rained all day and the temperatures had returned to around 14degs we had a lovely time. Also on our drive to Grantham, we were amazed by the amount of traffic, fortunately going the opposite direction to ...
From the Trent & Mersey Canal, Branston to The River Trent at Trent Junction. Then to Nottingham Canal and to The River Trent, Gunthorpe
41 miles, 16 locks
Trent & Mersey Canal
Overnight stops at: Branston, Willington, Weston
Overnight stops at: Trent Junction, County Hall, Nottingham
Overnight stops at: Castle Marina, Nottingham
24th September 2013
We caught the bus outside the hotel to the airport then the plane from Dole to Stansted. They were conducting a survey at the airport, so our suggestion was to have a bus service that actually went to the airport instead of us having to walk for about 20 minutes from the nearest stop..
We caught the train from Stansted to Narborough – home sweet home seems very big but looking forward to a night in our very comfy ...