Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort - A QHotel
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A quiet start to the day as we are all heading down to London at 2.00pm to Mike & Hats place where we will catch up with Nikki and start the New Years celebrations. The train ride was awesome. Thanks Jo & Andrew for organising the tickets. 1st class carriage with complimentary food & beer. Seems a good option on New Year's Eve. A ...
... we had finally decided on a Thai restaurant, we set off. we had a bit of trouble finding it but once we had asked a few locals we were quick to find it was opposite where we had parked and were walking in the wrong direction! we had a great dinner before coming home and staying up to our latest time yet - 9:00! wishing you all a very happy new year. Off to London tomorrow for a few days then to Paris. Hope everyone is all good.
Today Mike & Hats went back down to London. Elly, Andrew and I went for a drive around the loop thru Wensleydale. Went to the cheese shop and then brought s joint of sirloin steak for dinner. Had lunch at the Bull Hotel. This is a place that Andrew takes his visitors. Back home for a few JD's and a nice dinner along with some cheese. The Mango & Ginger cheese was pretty good. A different flavour. Off to bed now as Jo & I are off to the gym in the ...
... there. Saw a person dressed up as an elephant for some odd reason walking on the path by the ruins as well. Then made our way back to where we parked. Was planning to follow the path along the river, but the path came to a stop at one point and that plan went out the window. Got back in the car and started the drive home. Stopped for dinner on the way back at a carvery ...
... was waiting. One of the latest versions of the 5 unit Bombardier trams. As we rode into town it was a revelation of how far they had come, particularly when we hit the hilly part of town. If the city fathers had kept buses in this area, the residents would have been constantly been listening to the rumble of big diesels under load. Instead, the trams are almost noiseless and power over the hills like they ...