To Hull and Back: On Holiday in Unsung Britain

To Hull and Back On Holiday in Unsung Britain A first hand look into Britain s unlikely travel destinations In a mad adventure that took him from Hull to Hell Tom Chesshyre visited secret spots of Britain in search of the least likely holiday de

  • Title: To Hull and Back: On Holiday in Unsung Britain
  • Author: Tom Chesshyre
  • ISBN: 9781849530606
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • A first hand look into Britain s unlikely travel destinations In a mad adventure that took him from Hull to Hell, Tom Chesshyre visited secret spots of Britain in search of the least likely holiday destinations He experienced the real Coronation Street in Salford, explored Blade Runner Britain in Port Talbot, discovered that everything s quite green in Milton Keynes, metA first hand look into Britain s unlikely travel destinations In a mad adventure that took him from Hull to Hell, Tom Chesshyre visited secret spots of Britain in search of the least likely holiday destinations He experienced the real Coronation Street in Salford, explored Blade Runner Britain in Port Talbot, discovered that everything s quite green in Milton Keynes, met real life superheroes and many a suspicious landlady, and watched a football match with celebrity chef Delia Smith in Norwich With a light and edgy writing style the author peels back the skin of the unfashionable underbelly of Britain, and embraces it all with the spirit of discovery.

    The chilling words said to Hull girl, , as man tries to days agoA petrified Hull mum has revealed the chilling words said to her seven year old daughter after a masked man allegedly tried to coerce her into running away with him. From Here TO HULL To There A modern retelling of the In Amsterdam, Hull, Liverpool, New York and Chicago the suitcases come together, dropped off by each traveller, to create an art installation in each receiving city see below Presented against an interactive backdrop of easily accessible content provided by Professor Nicholas Evans. hull Wiktionary Feb , hull third person singular simple present hulls, present participle hulling, simple past and past participle hulled obsolete , intransitive , nautical To drift to be carried by the impetus of wind or water on the ship s hull alone, with sails furled. Short Story Competition, To Hull Back Writing Contest Below is the third To Hull And Back winner s video, starring winner, Peter Ewing, shortlisted writer, Helen Combe, Amanda the Landlady, some greedy geese and ducks, an aeroplane, the Humber Bridge, lots of motorways and, of course, the fantabulous city of Hull. To Hull and Back To Hull and Back is the fourth Christmas special episode of the BBC sitcom, Only Fools and Horses, first screened on December It was the first feature length edition of the show The title of the special is derived from the film To Hell and Back Parts of the special were shot on location in Amsterdam and unlike most other episodes was shot entirely on film and therefore not before a studio audience Hull definition of hull by The Free Dictionary Hull United States naval officer who commanded the Constitution during the War of and won a series of brilliant victories against the British Isaac Hull . Hull Define Hull at Dictionary the main body of a vessel, tank, flying boat, etc the shell or pod of peas or beans the outer covering of any fruit or seed husk the persistent calyx at the base of a strawberry, raspberry, or similar fruit the outer casing of a missile, rocket, etc. Libby Squire missing Man arrested over disappearance of A man has been arrested over the disappearance of year old student Libby Squire after she vanished following a night out in Hull. Humberside Police said a year old man was being held after

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    1. Chesshyre picked out some of the least likely spots in the U. K. anyone would deliberately visit and went there as a visitor. He managed to find local boosters in all of them, and never really ran out of things to see early, even if a couple of the destinations proved challenging in that regard; I found this a balanced picture, as he didn't ignore the more troubled areas. Most importantly, he succeeded is keeping me interested in continuing to hear about these places right to the end. I'm looki [...]

    2. A really thought-provoking stroll through the highways and byways of unsung Britain! Tom Chesshyre, a travel writer who is used to the best locales, decides to choose the places that everyone in Britain says should never be a holiday destination - Hull, Slough, Derry, Milton Keynes, Norwich, Coventry, etc. By taking a weekend away to all these places, Tom puts fresh eyes onto the people and the place. He digs into the current social perspectives - as to why this place is so ill-considered - and [...]

    3. I have a weakness for travelogues that go to unexciting, unexotic places: Bill Bryson, Stuart Maconie, that guy who went to all the places on the Monopoly board, the fellow who travelled round Ireland with a fridge, the bloke who went to every country in Europe on Ryanair.Now there's this guy, who’s travelling to the unloved, the unvisted, the not-on-the-tourist map towns and cities of England: Hull, Slough, Milton Keynes, Port Talbot, Derry, Norwich, Salford, Coventry, Croydon.I like the prem [...]

    4. Of all the places to go on holiday the places that would not be top of the list include Slough, Croydon and of course Hull.But Tom Chesshyre has decided, with sometime uncontrolled laughter from his partner, to visit some of these unloved places. He goes to all of the dozen places with an open mind, but does take the precaution of contacting the local tourist agencies first so he maximises his experience at the locations. There are some moments that make you smile when reading it, there are some [...]

    5. Like most of my books, I picked this one up in a charity shop. It looked like it'd be easy to pick up and dip into - ideal holiday reading in other words. Some time ago I bought a book called 'Bollocks To Alton Towers' which I thought this might make a companion piece to. It's much duller. An easy enough read though.

    6. he did n't like Coventry much,Milton Keynes was a revelation,Londonderry looks interesting-Basically towns and cities most people would not think of touristing.Thought provoking.

    7. An entertaining read about going to the worst places in England. A funny read but also proves that you can find the best in somewhere if you look and keep your mind open!

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