I like Boston Stump for several reasons, it is a great piece of architecture and has a special identity by being called a stump instead of church or cathedral. I also like how I can walk through Boston city centre with the stump nowhere to be seen and then suddenly everything opens up and the … More Boston Stump
We enjoyed a lovely walk around the University of Nottingham grounds on a relatively warm day, which brought along with it a cold wind. This didn’t stop us enjoying an ice cream on our walk round though! Since we last visited a few things have changed with unsafe and old trees being cut down to … More University of Nottingham- Lakeside Renovation
This historical site is a hidden treasure to me, as it may be English Heritage, therefore being acknowledged and looked after, but it is on the other side of the main road to the town of Cirencester and to get to it by car we had to drive down a few residential streets before we … More Hidden Treasures II – Cirencester amphitheatre
It was my birthday weekend, so I had the choice of where to go and I chose the small town of Cirencester because of all its Roman history… Corinium Museum We went round the museum on our first day before we could check into the hotel (the ever reliable Premier Inn). The museum had the … More Cirencester – A Roman Town
I am going to say it…there were some negative aspects of our most recent trip to Disney World, Florida this year compared to our 2016 trip. The main problem was the weather. My brother, you know, one of them (a none Disney believer) didn’t think the rain would affect Disney World plans. The fool. Once … More Sometimes it’s not always the same…
Flight of Passage is one of the two new rides that are in the new land of Pandora in Animal Kingdom, Disney World. The other ride in Pandora, Na’vi River Journey is a slow boat ride through the colourful and magical world of Pandora. Na’vi has long wait times ranging from 30 to 120 minutes! … More Flight of Passage – Worth the Wait?
Over the Christmas period we visited Queensgate shopping centre in Peterborough. We were already that side of the country in Boston and it was only a one hour drive south to Peterborough from there. The shopping centre was rather nice, somehow an hour and a half had passed by and we had only been … More Peterborough at Christmas
Like many thousands of other people around the country we decided to try and spend our Christmas money the day after Boxing day. We chose Meadowhall shopping centre as our destination of choice and expected the crowds. The roads were busy with roadworks, congestion and incidents. It took us a while to find a parking … More Shopping on a Bank Holiday #wednesdaywisdom
We got married on a clifftop called Senhora da Rocha, in Portugal. It’s one of the most beautiful locations we have ever visited and has this lovely chapel to admire too. It was a good price (for a wedding) and if you’re looking for an abroad location to marry then this is the place!