Good evening all! Today marks my second day in Nottingham, I only have one thing planned today which is the City of Caves which was recommanded by my friend. Follow me for today’s ramblings!

First things first – first night review! So last night was my first night at Hilton in Nottingham, I actually slept really well last night which was good! I turned off my alarm and slept in! I woke up at 07:55 which is quite late for me! I felt refreshed and relaxed. The bed was comfy, and the room was great! I headed to the shower and went down for breakfast – it was awesome! Definitely the best Breakfast I have had in a hotel!! Here are a few pictures.

I was really impressed! Anyway once I had my breakfast it was time for me to head to the City of Caves, it was only a 10-minute walk from the hotel so that wasn’t too bad!

I arrived slightly earlier than my arrival time of 11:00am, but the staff were friendly and showed me where to go. I had a guided tour of the caves and it was fascinating! I learned a lot from my time down there. It has been used for years for all sorts of different stuff! Here are a few pictures:

The tour lasted about an hour, so after I was finished I explored Nottingham a little, I walked around and went to the shopping centre which was huge!

I didn’t really have anything planned for this afternoon, so I just headed to the gym, which was quite small to be honest! I will probably use The Gym opposite the hotel tomorrow! It was a good gym, but it was quite busy! Got in a 30-minute work out then headed back to my room for a shower. I then headed out again to get some dinner for the night!

For the evening, I will just be relaxing in my hotel room and chilling out. I am long overdue a rest! Tomorrow I will be going to Nottingham Castle, which should be good! I will also head to The Gym in the afternoon. If you can think of anything else I can do, please let me know! For now, good night and see you tomorrow!

Ian

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My name is Ian! This is my travel blog - welcome! I love gaming, photography and cinema and, hopefully, travelling!

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