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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We left Gomersal early - about 8 - to go home. A good day for driving, dry but cool and cloudy so that day trippers would not be encouraged. And what a contrast to Friday the trip was. Very smooth and with light traffic all the way until Stansted Airport. Even with a stop at the services (the worst coffee at Starbucks I have ever tasted) it took us little ...
This morning we drove over to Wilmslow where I lived until I was 18. I hadn't been back since 1970 so it was fascinating to see how things had changed. We had two houses there and, actually, neither had changed that much. Wilmslow as a town has definitely gone up market but it had a nice artisan market and we had a good lunch there. Driving back we met Angela's mum and dad and her sister and ...
We're going to Yorkshire to see Angela and Frank. It will be nice to see them and we haven't been to Yorkshire for a long time but there is an ulterior motive as Frank has offered to spray out a couple of scratches on the Mercedes. The intention was to leave at lunchtime to get to Angela's by about 4.30. We left at 1230 and had a good run as far as Birchanger services on the M11 where we stopped for a sandwich. I don't suppose we stopped for ...
Today's breakfast story. The only thing I was offered this morning was a bowl of muesli from my brother's mother. No bacon, no eggs, no marmalade in a little dish with a spoon. Plan for today was to walk to tube station, catch train, walk to paddington station car park and collect hire car then drive out of London and up the M1 to Yorkshire. All went well until we reached the Paddington car park, turns out the pickup spot I had carefully selected on the internet wasn't ...
... Paul drove the scenic way (but then, they are ALL the scenic routes up here!). We passed Barden Tower, which is a ruined 15th century hunting lodge of some local big shot. We've explored here before, so didn't stop. We crossed over the Barden Moor and through some pretty little villages. Saw a few brightly colored pheasants sitting on the stone walls, and even a peacock! The roads were ...