The Wrightington Hotel & Country Club
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We got a corporate rate and they have a full gymnasium attached which is free, nice
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... haven't had the chance to eat in this area, but I would like to try at least one of the restaurants around! After Curry Mile my journey is far less interesting, but still beautiful. I pass by several large parks and monuments. I also pass an art museum and the Manchester University Hospital, both of which have amazing architecture. The most beautiful building on my walk is the Catholic Church of the Holy Name of Jesus. This building was ...
Hey all! So, after eight fabulous weeks in Liverpool it's time to set sail again! This time on a bit of a mad four month jaunt around South America. Had some fantastic catch ups and frolics with old and new friends and with a truly struggling liver I'm flying tomorrow, leaving the chilly winter for warmer climes! First stop is Bolivia where I'm going to start with a two-week, intensive, Spanish course. I'm meeting ...
Not sure what made me think of coming to Liverpool but it was well worth the visit, in fact, I could easily have stayed a couple more days and still not seen it all. My hotel was just across the road from the Albert Dock which is alive with museums, galleries, shops and eateries of all kinds. Just ...
... was like something off a boxing match weigh in, with only a 23kg allowance. Would we have to unpack and cause a scene? Bex weighed in a a subtle 21.7kg, Nat's weighed in at a precarious weight of 22.9kg! Phew we were safe for this leg of the journey. Leaving teary mums, silent dads and our will, we headed through security. As always Nat got searched and Bex strolled through but little did she know both bags were going to get inspected. We waited for about 20mins behind a ...
Today we had an early start. We packed our bags with made up bread rolls, bottles of water then began hiking our way up to Cragg Vale, a long steep climb in the area. We decided to not stay in Hebden as the tour was on a downhill run into town, thus it would have been all over in a matter of seconds. So up Cragg Vale we went. The advantage of knowing locals in the area meant we could take a short cut to get to our designated spot, but this meant a hike through the moors. ...