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Travel Blogs from Arncliffe
... to catch up with my cousin John and his fiancÚ Jane
and John’s son Chris and of course Mary, mother of the bride.
The next day we moved off to have a look at Bolton Abbey and
the priory ruins which are close to Ilkley.
What an amazing area that is and well worth a visit. It is an area of walks, historic buildings,
picnic and bbq areas, a river with medieval stepping stones across it and many
other interesting places. We spotted a ...
We visited a beautiful manor house called Newby Hall on Sunday - the gardens are extensive and stunning, but also on the grounds out front a tractor exhibition was taking place and there were literally thousands attending - the queues to enter and exit were horrific.
We ended our stay in the dales with dinner in the Grassington pub called the Devonshire Arms - one of the many beautiful little villages dotted around this fantastic area in the ...
... skyline all lit up - it was something like fairyland but a tad bigger!! The ship took us down the Hudson River to get close up to the Statue of Liberty which looks fabulous lit up at night. We travelled a little further as far as Battery Park and then turned around for the return trip and left the ship by 2.00am. By the time we arrived back to the hotel it was 2.30am - we were very tired and glad to be able to sleep in the next ...
... at least when it was appreciated) :P The horses grunted a little and stuck their faces to mine. It was a pleasant end to the night. I kept walking a while until I realized I walked past the campsite when I was walking towards the horses. Go figure Dan. I wonder how Nicolette will cope without her little Stevie Tato (cat). :P
I finally made it to Penrith today after my ride bailed on me. No big deal. A few hours later and a few extra pounds and I'm here. I ...
... after the frustration somewhat subsided, I ran across an abandoned railroad track. Lightbulb! The track crossed with my trail at the river, so I trudged my way north following the track until I spotted my right path. Bus diverted! I soon came to a daunting looking hill ahead so I stopped to grind on my vegetable beef I had in my ziplock and ended up talking to a local boy on his four wheeler about the hike ahead. He told me that the hill I was about to head ...