Walton's Hotel & Restaurant

2 North Road, The Park, Nottingham, NG7 1AG, United Kingdom
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Cycling in Nottingham

by aaaarrgh

What is it like to bicycle in Nottingham?

I was planning to visit the University campuses (or campi if i remember my Latin correctly??!) from the train station on my push-bike.

Is the city flat or lumpy?

Re: Cycling in Nottingham

by A2002

It is lumpy. There are cycling paths around the city.

Re: Cycling in Nottingham

by miss.meerkat

Nottingham is fairly hilly in places. If you want to bike around to visit the universities, this should be fine depnding on which campuses you want to visit. Nottingham Trent Univ has campuses approx. 5miles outside the city, but most of the Nott Univ campuses and other Not Trent campuses are around town. THere are cycle paths/routes so should be fairly easy to get around. Alot of students use bikes here.

Re: Cycling in Nottingham

by hob1

if you are biking from the station to the trent university in the centre of town(which is a steady incline of 2km).you can get to the main campus(university boulevard)approx 4km mostly flat.

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Trent Bridge

by iwys

Trent Bridge is the third oldest international cricket ground in the world. The first test match played here was in 1899 when England played Australia.

I've watched England play Australia, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka here and also been to Nottinghamshire county games. It's a great place to watch cricket.

The opening of the Fox Road Stand in 2002, increased the ground's capacity to 15,350. The William Clarke Stand is where the "Barmy Army" and assorted drunks in fancy dress hang out. If you like your cricket noisy and rowdy, this is the place for you. Personally, I prefer the Radcliffe Road stand, where you can get a great view of the game form behind the wicket and look down at the Barmy Army, without getting showered with beer and being forced to take part in countless Mexican waves. If you have loads of money, like wearing a jacket and tie to cricket and getting really close to the players, then the Members' Pavilion is the place.

Unitarian Chapel

by iwys

The first Unitarian chapel was built on High Pavement in the 1680s. But, this was largely rebuilt, and is now used as the Pitcher and Piano bar and restaurant. In the eighteenth century a second Unitarian chapel was opened in Halifx Place, but this is now the Lace Market Theatre. The Unitarians moved to their new chapel , a former lace warehouse in Plumptre Street, in 1982 .

Pretty Athentic Pizza's

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An independant Pizzeria serving pretty authentic Pizza (Thin crust and cooked really fast). Great for kids too as they get to see the guys throwing the pizza dough around and can even put their own toppings on the Pizzas

Trent FM Arena

by bonio

Home of the local ice hockey team, the Panthers, but also a major venue for live music. Lucky enough to catch up with Neil Young there in June '09 and very enjoyble.
Plenty of bars and eating places around the arena, could do with a few more toilets though!

Nottingham Castle - Victorian Bandstand

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During the Victorian period the grounds of Nottingham Castle were transformed into a recreational park for the people of Nottingham.

The bandstand was built as a centrepiece where bands played as people promenaded around the garden, enjoying the setting and the music.

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 Walton's Hotel & Restaurant

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Address: 2 North Road, The Park, Nottingham, NG7 1AG, United Kingdom