Belgrave Madison Hotel
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Why o why... Trip looks amazing!! So jealous, world is a beautiful place. So glad to see you so happy, make me happier than ever. Just sat in work & few new girls doing my nut in, headphones on and avoiding eye contact! Was lucky to be invited to dinner at a very popular restaurant '6 month waiting list'! Was sat on table next to Kylie! No other real news.. Cant wait to get back to formby! ...
... re Hogan and the lady feels he is inherently very nervous and we don't always read this. A nervous dog can become assertive if his body language is not read. She was brilliant and Hogan seems much calmer. Let's hope this continues. Hope the girls are both well, tell them we will. Is them at Christmas but I am sure they will have a fab time in Aus Hope you all have a good weekend camping Lots of love Mum ...
... trip to the top of The Tower, see the illiminations and pay a visit to The Pleasure Beach. It was looking like a busy two days in the northwest's most popular seaside resort lay ahead of us.
Our B&B accommodation, Moorbank House, was a very good choice in a town that has more rooms to let than the whole of Portugal. Located about 300 metres from Blackpool South railway station it was easy to get to for starters and it was also close to the ...
... delightful village of Chipping, Lancashire. only a short drive from Clitheroe.
My pitch at Chipping gives me splendid views of the surrounding fells and Pendle Hill in the distance, these have been enhanced by some lovely sun sets. All the ICFR members are in the same area along side a 'party tent' which is a small marquee where we can meet. On the first night one of our organisers had made shepherds pie for all of us and this we ate ...
... a couple of time on previous visits to the UK. It was lovely to see them again and hear stories of Derek & my dad's childhood.
The next day I was on to Barrow-in-Furness, my father's hometown. I had visited Barrow briefly about 30 years ago with my father, but I didn't remember a lot. (Except him driving the wrong way down a one way street and getting cross that they had changed it without telling him!) This time I was much more motivated - spurred on by ...