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Christine2

Christine2 Report 30 Mar 2007 20:46

Well you know where we are Dee don't you?

Christine2

Christine2 Report 30 Mar 2007 20:52

I beg your pardon Mrs Etches but I was sat with a leg either side. Hence the pained expression on my face (it was a very wide lion:)

Dee the Bibliomaniac

Dee the Bibliomaniac Report 30 Mar 2007 20:53

Chrissie, I am having a 'senior moment' guess you don't get those yet ;-)))

Christine2

Christine2 Report 30 Mar 2007 20:56

No Dee, I don't (I have senior hours:)

Dee the Bibliomaniac

Dee the Bibliomaniac Report 30 Mar 2007 20:56

Ladybird, one of the Manchester teams are Reds aren't they?? (better duck, cos I have no idea which one) ;-)))

Jac

Jac Report 30 Mar 2007 21:01

Ladybird - Come on you Reds - the anthem of Nottingham Forest? sorry Chrissie - couldnt think of the word astride! - lol lol lol Still a good photo though - I couldnt have done it! Any thoughts on the local hero/thief's film location? Jacqui

Christine2

Christine2 Report 30 Mar 2007 21:02

I thought it was partly filmed near Hadrians wall. Well, actually I lie, hubby thought it was filmed near Hadrians wall:)

Dee the Bibliomaniac

Dee the Bibliomaniac Report 30 Mar 2007 21:06

Robin Hood and Nottingham comes to mind. Amazing Grace was shot at Chatham Dockyard (useless facts time) but no idea where they filmed Robin Hood, sorry ;-((

Jac

Jac Report 30 Mar 2007 21:12

Robin Hood & Nottingham are correct Dee, but Robin Hood Prince of Thieves was filmed in Carcassonne in France! Nottingham Castle not being thought 'authentic' enough! They were right enough there werent they Chrissie? Jacqui

Christine2

Christine2 Report 30 Mar 2007 21:19

They sure were Jacqui. It would be more at home in a horror film!!

Dee the Bibliomaniac

Dee the Bibliomaniac Report 30 Mar 2007 21:22

Let's try this one A famous 'watering place' also noted for it's fair has connections with the famous outlaw you mentioned ;-)))

Christine2

Christine2 Report 30 Mar 2007 21:26

Ye Old Salutation Inn

Dee the Bibliomaniac

Dee the Bibliomaniac Report 30 Mar 2007 21:28

Chrissie, is that your favourite watering place?? I was thinking more along the lines of a spa ;-))))) ps you should know from the crossword days, I am cryptic

Christine2

Christine2 Report 30 Mar 2007 21:42

Well I couldn't think what Bath had to do with Robin:) Ye Old Salutation is famous. I went to a ghost story evening there once and Jacqui and I and 3 others took a certain bear there for a drink:)

Christine2

Christine2 Report 30 Mar 2007 21:44

I don't remember him being associated with Matlock Bath either!!

Christine2

Christine2 Report 30 Mar 2007 21:49

I think that's the general assumption Awdrey. I can't think where the watering hole comes in either though:)

Dee the Bibliomaniac

Dee the Bibliomaniac Report 30 Mar 2007 22:25

Sorry, I got side tracked folks I was thinking of Scarborough, it was a watering place or spa it has a famous fair and correct me if I am wrong it is connected with Robin Hood Bay ;-))

Christine2

Christine2 Report 30 Mar 2007 22:36

OH Dee - too cryptic for this time of night - even for me lol:)))))

Dee the Bibliomaniac

Dee the Bibliomaniac Report 31 Mar 2007 09:17

Sorry Chrissie, I will try to come up with an easier one next time ;-)))

Pilgrim Father

Pilgrim Father Report 31 Mar 2007 14:46

Sorry not to have come back sooner - yes it's Laugharne, Carmarthenshire. Home of the poet Dylan Thomas. Towering limestone cliffs rise to a height of 450 feet on either side of a narrow, winding road in an area famed for it's caves containing stalactite and stalagmite formation, and it's cheese. Where are we now?