Bolton Whites Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Heated pool
- Room service
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... house which was the house his daughter lived in. Yet another beautiful Tudor style home. After walking along the River Avon and getting some ice-cream we headed up North. We stopped in Stoke On Trent for lunch and went to some incredible gardens called Trentham gardens. Amazing views and they were even hosting a college graduation what was great to see. We went through the maze which was a lot of ...
It's one of those highlights in a parent's life... An offspring's university graduation.
Bigger than a sporting achievement or Year 12 result, today's has great significance for Liz and it is the reason we have diverted to Manchester.
After two years of coursework by publication (rather than thesis) Nick has qualified for his PhD in the developing field of molecular magnestism after just two years instead of three. ...
... The final flight of an historic cold war supersonic British Vulcan bomber happened to occur during our lunch as the cherry on top.
Our exploration of the palace grounds was heightened by the presence of the illustrator for 'The Gruffalo' book series. We were able to act the role of the privileged 18th century aristocracy, playing ring toss and lawn bowling, wandering the gardens, all with Gruffalo inspired activities for the kids interest.
... the George Inn in Cullingworth again. It was at this point that we managed to trudge through mud and fields, up and down hills for about 2.5km only to realise that if we had followed the main road in Dunholme we would have reached the same point. We walked from 11.30-4, we were exhausted, muddy and laughing by the end. Our favourite landmark was the National Rail bridges, built in the late 19th century. The tallest was 70m and had about 29 huge arches. ...
... for him, with an audible "eeeerrrgh". Next competitor, I mean companion and deep breath, hold, power, job done. I am convinced he is just a lung, a mouth and a bladder. The bladder is mentioned only because it seems he has been marking his territory from the lochs of Scotland to the valleys of Lancashire like some dominant wild beast. And then there's Vince. Vince approaches hills in much the same way as he approaches the smoothest flattest surfaces. He wants a chat. ...