Quick Stop Over in Nottingham

Our train trip was a two parter. Our first train was Lincoln to Nottingham. We had about and hour in Nottingham so we decided to make the most of our layover and walk around. We quickly took some pictures.



We walked past the Oldest Inn in England. It says so on the outside.
There was a few signs around the city centre with information on Robin Hood since the legend is associated with Nottingham.


We walked up to Nottingham Castle which was closed. There are caves underneath the castle you can explore as well.




We didn't have much more time in Nottingham. We quickly headed back to the train station and caught our train back to Birmingham. All in all it was a great weekend. Shout out to our Facebook friends for hosting us.

For more on Nottingham check out our post "Hidden Gems in Nottingham" when we spend the day there eating delicious food, exploring Nottingham more and seeing Batmans house!

Comments

  1. That sounds like it would have been cool if the castle and caves had been open. Too bad.

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  2. You got some great photos of your travels! I love the idea of a weekend getaway to Nottingham which is so full of history and legend!

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  3. This looks absolutely beautiful. Looks like everyone had a good time.

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  4. Woww such a beautiful place...so beautifully captured:)

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  5. Sounds like a good time even if you didn't have much time to stay there. I love everything to do with Robin Hood, so I loved that this post was about Nottingham!

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    1. Robin Hood is fantastic. We were so excited to see Nottingham, there was no way we were waiting at the train station!

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  6. I would love to trade places with you for a week! I'd still enjoy it even if I couldnt go inside of some places. Everything's so breathtaking!

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    1. Hah, how sweet. We love to travel. All of our money goes towards it.

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  7. That must have been a lovely walk...it at least looks like that to me. Wish I could be there. :)

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  8. Nottingham looks like it'd be a fun place to visit! Those caves would be fun to explore!

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  9. What a lovely place, everything looks just perfect! I love knowing about places like this so thank you for introducing this place to me! It seems like you are having a blast traveling with your husband!

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    1. Glad you found some use out of our post. We are having a wonderful time.

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  10. Super cool photos! WOuld love to visit some time as you made this look like a place one must see in life. Now added to the bucket list

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  11. Omg lovely photos!!!! Nottingham looks like one fabulous place to visit

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  12. Wow. Nottingham! It was nice that you had time to roam around and take photos!

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  13. Even though it looks cloudy, Nottingham still looks like a wonderful place. I would love to visit one day :)

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  14. Thank you for sharing all of these beautiful places. I have never been to England and will probably never go, so it is like a virtual trip for me to see this!

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