Littlebank Country House
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... tunnel tank with ducks swimming in the top! And the obligatory piranhas, obviously not in the same tank! They had talks on at various points, and Ben held a giant land snail! He was a start, as was nana for facilitating! She drew the line at the cockroach. Leisurely drive back to Yanwath and fish and chips for tea. Not the nicest I've tasted, literally swimming in a very dark oil, but it did the job. ...
... many places in this world I have not seen, too many places that pull me in that direction. England is starting to look very tempting for a year! A hub to Europe... to so many places I've yet to see!! ;) but I'm pulled back home as well! Guess I have more thinking to do... Good thing all I have right now is time!! Leaving my niece was hard! Three weeks with the little Angel, she definitely has ...
... worth it. We got to the hotel and it was stunning and so elegant. We had no intentions of doing anything else but shower, get room service and watch TV till we fell asleep and that definitely did not take long and we slept for over 12 hours. We then got up and got ready to just walk around and find a cafe for breakfast. We walked through that park that we showed you all on the photo when we originally booked and it was just as stunning. We then followed the Thames with all ...
... See u soon xx
27 October 2014 at 17:44
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27 October 2014 at 18:17
Tom Howarth Now get back to work you tax dodger!! Haha!! X
27 October 2014 at 18:20
Chris Petitclerc Enjoying the journey. Where's the next trip gonna be? Come visit me in Thailand. Wink
27 October 2014 at 18:59
Renee Purcell Glad you had an amazing time! Hope reality doesn't hit you too hard. I started work ...
... the Strid car park and walked back through the woods to the Strid. This is a part of the river where it gets very narrow and drops a reasonable height in a short distance, so there are rapids there. Due to the nice weather, the rapids are not as rapid as they sometimes are, but we were able to see how the water has carved out beautiful shapes in the rock. Afterwards, we headed up the road to Burnsall. Burnsall is the village in the Yorkshire ...