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Beneath Nottingham Castle, there is a labyrinth of man-made sandstone caves and tunnels that are strongly related to the famous legends of Robin Hood, who was said to use them to escape the Sherriff of Nottingham. Now you can go deeper into Nottingham’s network of man-made caves than ever before, thanks to the brand new Nottingham Caves App.

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from Etsy

PDF pattern - Felt robin with embroidered details. Christmas tree ornament, easy sewing pattern, DIY

THIS LISTING IS FOR THE PDF / DIGITAL PATTERN ONLY! I DO NOT ISSUE REFUNDS ON MY DIGITAL PATTERNS! THIS IS A DIGITAL ITEM! NO POST OFFICE INVOLVED! ~~~~~ Little Robin Redbreast Came to visit me; I gave him crumbs of fruitcake And biscuits for his tea. ~~~~~ ♥ The pattern has step-by-step instructions and plenty of pictures which make it very easy to follow even for beginners with basic sewing skills. It includes sketches of the stitches used (basic stitches like blanket stitch and…

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from GloHoliday

Discover 3+1 Mystical UK Breaks for Your next Getaway

Day Five: Favorite Location. As others have already said, I have to go with Sherwood Forest Nottingham. Though I have a lot of good memories from the halls of Nottingham castle (both in BBC Robin Hood and later in BBC Merlin). The Forest is amazing! I love all of the traps they can set up, too. :)

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Home - To Nottingham I have been. Saw the statue of Robin Hood. Best thing in Nottingham, England was the Major Oak tree. It made me see life in a different perspective.

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When in London, be sure to see Buckingham Palace and the Changing of the Guard - Whitehall/Horseguards Parade

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from Two Monkeys Travel Group

Ultimate Guide to Taiwan Market and Street Food

Ultimate Guide to Taiwan Night Market and Street Food. Your Ultimate Guide to Taiwan Market and street food paradise, Taiwan is hailed by many travel magazines as the best among popular market and food destinations. From Kaohsiung to Taipei to old districts like Jiufen, you will not run out of busy markets and delicious street foods to indulge.

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from GloHoliday

Discover 3+1 Mystical UK Breaks for Your next Getaway

enchantedengland: dyingofcute:Castle view of Loch Ness enchantedengland: Loch Ness is a large and deep lake in the Scottish Highlands; home to Nessie the Loch Ness Monster as well as Urquhart Castle, which is mostly ruins but quite pretty.I found this on a very lovely newly discovered blog, joe65 I want to go :(

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