Park Inn Nottingham

Mansfield Road, Nottinghamshire, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG5 2BT, United Kingdom
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East Midlands airport to Rome or Paris

by LoveItAll

I would like to fly budget airline from Nottingham to either these two cities. Rome or Paris from mid December 2010 for a week. What airlines fly there?

Re: East Midlands airport to Rome or Paris

by cubsur

will tell you the details.

Ryanair flies to Rome three times each week.

bmibaby flies to Paris.

Re: East Midlands airport to Rome or Paris

by leics

Unfortunately, Ryanair are not flying that Rome route during December. I have been investigating flights to Rome myself recently (East Mids is my nearest airport) and have found that, out of season, I will have to travel quite some way to a suitable airport.

In December the nearest airports to East Mids for direct flights to Rome are Leeds Bradford, Stansted or Heathrow. will give you carriers and (usually) cheapest fares for your route and dates.

Re: East Midlands airport to Rome or Paris

by Gossipka


according to this website, you can fly to Rome with Ryanair:

and to Paris with bmibaby:

Re: East Midlands airport to Rome or Paris

by leics

According to the Ryanair website (which is obviously accurate, whereas other sites cannot always be relied upon) there are no Ryanair flights to Rome from East Mids in December.

This may be because the route is seasonal, it may be because they have pulled the route entirely.

Yes, as noted in previous replies bmibaby does fly daily (more or less) from East Mids to Paris CDG.

Travel Tips for Nottingham

Food for all pockets

by Flem2002

There are a variety of restaurants in Nottingham, and I'll create some tips about my favourites in due course. However - here's a quick list of the range of places to eat in the City Centre:

Budget / fast food - Plenty of Macdonalds, Burger Kings, Starbucks (OK, so not budget..) and similar coffee houses, Subway sandwiches and street vendors selling jacket potatos outside the Council House.

Good value - Wetherspoons pub in old Market Square (there are 2 of them), Yates also in Market Square, "All you can eat" buffets in the Cornerhouse and on George Street, Thurland Street (all Chinese), also on Goosegate in Hockley (mixture of Chinese, Italian and Indian)

Chains - Cafe Rouge, Bella Italia, Pizza Hut, La Tasca Tapas

Slightly posher but cosy - Punchinello (Forman Street), Scruffys (off Stoney Street), Welbeck Hotel (top floor restaurant with nice views), The Living Room

Posher - Harts, World Service*, Saltwater, Chino Latino

Good Indian restaurants - 4550 miles from Delhi, Laguna*, Chutney Jacks*

* = I haven't been there myself, but have heard good things!

fab places out of the City Centre - Georgetown malaysian restaurant (part of Colwick Hall Hotel), The Full Moon pub at Morton (Good luck finding it!), The Caunton Beck ...

You can read more about most of these with a simple Google, but I'll endeavour to write some detailed reviews.

Happy eating!

Twenty20 cricket

by bonio

A visit to Trent Bridge cricket ground for the first time in over twenty years, yup it's much improved now.
A twenty20 "slogfest" to watch between Notts and Yorkshire and thoroughly enjoyable it was, all action from the word go and certainly nothing like the cricket I used to play!
Notable as one of Michael Vaughn's (former England captain) last games before retirement.
Definately be watching more twenty20 - perhaps at Northants next time though!!

Oldest pub in Nottingham?

by illumina about Ye Olde Salutation Inn

Ye Olde Salutation Inn is a public house dating from around 1240 that lays claim (along with Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem Inn and The Bell Inn) to being the oldest in Nottingham.

It was built on the site of an earlier 13th century ale house known as the "Archangel Gabriel Salutes the Virgin Mary", although I have read elsewhere that the first building on the site may have belonged to a tanner (a person who cures leather).

During the 1st Civil War (1642-46), part of the house was used as Recruiting Rooms for both factions. The original, still existing, cave system was probably part of a Saxon Farm, later used for servants, accommodation and brewing.

It's a nice cosy place to have a pint or three!

~ Dont Miss Out On Jack Daniels Chicken Wings ~

by Heavens-Mirror about ~ TGI Fridays ~

TGI Fridays is a large American chain of restaurants with predictably huge portions of American food, energetic waiting staff and a 'bar and grill' interior - great fun for kids. This branch is popular with students.

Tgi's is a fantastic restaurant in the heart of Nottingham. It is great for to go for the start of a good night out, why not enjoy a gorgeous meal here then finish of the night either going out to a few bars, going to the cinema or even clubbing if your up for it.

The atmosphere at Tgi's is great too, they have cheerful waiters and waitresses aswell as lots of happy customers all around. The restaurant is very clean and well kept.

There is a great choice of food on the menu... from steaks, to pizza to chicken wings and potato skins then finish off with cookies and ice cream! My favourite is the Jack Daniels Chicken wings.... grilled chicken smoothered in Jack Daniels and comes with a barbecue and garlic mayonaise dip. Yummy!

Nottingham Castle - Robin Hood statue

by amsterdam_vallon

The Robin Hood statue stands in the remains of the castle's moat.

The statue celebrates Nottingham's most famous export.

It was given to Nottingham by EF Clay Esquire on 28th June 1949.


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Address: Mansfield Road, Nottinghamshire, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG5 2BT, United Kingdom