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Pearson Home Moving review of New Quay


There has been reports that there has been two months of rain in 24 hour in the UK.  Well we have been in to Newquay over the weekend and Saturaday was a lovely day but at 2am Sunday morning the rain began.  And it didn’t stop all day plus being on the coast means you get the sea breeze, or should I say gale winds haha.

It rained that much the roof started to leak at the hotel we was in.

While we have been down there we tried out a few bars clubs and restaurants.

The best resurant we can recommend is a place called Steams.

It is in a great location over looking the coastline. The food is really nice and excellent value for money.

Suitable for families couples and groups.

9/10

We also when to over bars and clubs and found a bar and night club call Berties was the best.

Music was varied but that cant be a bad thing because everybody can enjoy it.

The atmosphere was good and lively.

These two recommendations are 100 meters from one another so for the ladies who are in heels dont worry its in waling distance.

 

 

 

 

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Pearson Home Moving in Aberystwyth


Aberystwyth is located on the coast of mid Wales.  This is a small town that on the coast. It has got all the quality you can a imagine of a small town. Unique shops  such as local craft shops, candy stores etc.

There is a nice resturant on the pier that overlooks the sea. This is especially nice when the sun is setting. also there is a arcade to entertain the kids.

The beach is a peppy not sandy. If you want a sandy beach you will need to travel north to Borth.

Pearson home moving at Wollaton Hall and Deer Park


 

Pearson has taken a trip to Wollinton Hall in Nottingham. The building was built between 1580 and 1588. There is plenty of grounds to walk around on a nice summers day. The house is impressive but compare to other manor house located around the Uk it is quite small. Wollinton Hall and Deer Park is currently a council owned building, this is rare because most manor houses located in the UK are managed but the national trust.

The hall is open to the general public free of charge. but you will have to pay for the the car parking. The parking costs are £2.00 for 3 hours or £4.00 for all day.

Also in the court yard there is a engine museum that costs £2 per person.

If you fancy a bit to eat there is a cafe on site. Seating is limited on a bad day but if the weather is fine, the cafe does provide plenty of seating outside.

This is a great budget day out.

Pearson Home Moving Harlaxton


 

Harlaxton College is the British campus of the University of Evansville in Indiana, USA. They main aim is to “we are—to state it simply and directly—one of the finest study-abroad campuses anywhere in the world.”
This is set in the British country side and surround by English heritage. But filled with the state of the art technology

Pearson Home Moving In Gibraltar


 

 

 

 

 

 

Gibraltar is located south of Spain.

The Images above show the airport from two angles. The airport is very short and both ends will result in landing in water. If the pilot misjudges the landing or taking off.

The tempture can go as low as 10 degrees and the highest is 28 degrees. This small part of the world has a interesting landscape.

What is good is when you are coming to land and you see the view of the mountain side and the clear blue sea. It put a great holiday feeling when you arrive.

 

La Potherie Estate


 

This magnifcsent castle was built in the 19th century. It was built for the Count and the Countess of La Rochefoucauld-Bayers constructed on their La Potherie Estate, a new grand castle in the neogothic style. They chose a very famous architect from Paris, Louis Visconti. He was famous since he designed the Louvre extension. They asked him to design the new Chateau to replace the 16th century one and asked Rene Hode a famous architect from angers to build the castle. The construction began in1848 and was finished in 1854. The design was a classic arrangement one rectangle with 4 towers, very large-60 meters long, 37 meter deep and 47 meters high- 120 rooms on 5 levels with an abundance of limestone sculptures made by Jacques Granneau, student of David D’Angers.
At the death of her husband, Ida de la Potherie, Countess of la Rochefoucauld-Bayers finished the construction of the Castle and continued to finish her and her husbands dream.
All this architectural construction in the village made this place one of the great private French residence in the 19th century. Because of the ambiance of the total property the Castle Chateau de La Potherie was named the “neogothic jewel in Anjou” or “The Petite Chambord”.
Situated on beautiful grounds, the Chateau complex makes up one corner of a small village, which also has shops, a cathedral, and many summer events. The Chateau is now open for both overnight guests and day visitors, and also hosts wedding receptions and other events, your chateau holidays in France.

The Chateau de Challain is located only thirty minutes outside the town of Angers in the Loire Valley, the region of Castles, and only one and a half hours from Paris by TGV (High Speed Train). The Castle is easy to get to from England and Ireland by flying direct into Nantes airport. The Castle is situated at the corner of a quaint village in the western Loire Valley region of France. The ultimate destination for your destination Castle Weddingor Romantic Bed & Breakfast holiday in France.

What a view from Notre Dame


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can also pay to go to the top of notre dame. Dont get me wrong there is loads of  steps to get to the top but its worth it.

There is always a queue to get in but its only like 20 minutes. The architectural design of the building is really impressive. and when you get out side you will see the gargoyles.  Is hard to believe the condition of these Statues because of how old they are.

As you can see from the Image above you get a good view of the river seine and in the distance you will see the Eiffel Tower.