The Craiglands Hotel
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... feeling going to somewhere that you can't really imagine! I've looked at pictures for months of Vietnam and can't believe we will be there this time tomorrow! First stop is Ho Chi Minh city (formerly Saigon) which by all accounts sounds mental! I'm a bit concerned I may get run over crossing the road! There are even tips online of the best way ...
... the systems work well and that I now know how they work!!
Oh, it was good to back home with Wayne and Di - a home away from home - I love the conversation here - they are both very well informed and are happy to share what they know with me :-)
I spent a few days recovering, watching the Rugby World Cup FINAL (YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) with Wayne and Di's family, who were all dressed in All Black jerseys!
Yep, dear ol' Dennis Prest was born in 1914, so he's seen quite a bit of history happen right in front of his nose... It was such a mission to find his place, even more so because I had checked out of my b&b in Harrogate and was pulling my case on wheels behind me! The address I'd given omitted the street name (!) so it took a while, but after asking a few people and a couple of phone calls, I hauled my case up a very, very ...
... work. The bed itself had been found again in an outdoor shed, water damaged and in pieces.
You would think we would have had enough of ice-cream. Oh no...there we were enjoying a Yorkshire Dales ice-cream for lunch!! LOL
I had another one of those travelling moments as I stood mesmerised looking at the most beautiful white hydrangeas I've ever seen. I was so happy and moved to see these flowers.
We had an ...
... through the park, where people were enjoying the sun and its warmth and the great children's playground, to the old 3 span 16Th century bridge. There we decided to walk further alongside the Wharfe river (meaning 'swift river') on a walking track through woods, farms, 'Kissing Gates' to separate fields or public land, to Addingham, a walk of approx. 3 miles (4.8 kms). It was lovely. We met up with walkers going in the ...