Huddersfield Central Lodge Hotel
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... on them if we went this route. Nic was weary about managing the streets by herself, but this would be a good icebreaker for her. We have to break that comfort bubble sometime soon.
I relaxed on the sofa in the bar and splashed down the rest of my drink as I waited for her to return successfully from her mission. Dancing queen amongst ever other flagrant gay 80’s-90’s song blared out of the jukebox as I made myself comfortable. The beer settled ...
... up was probably a stupid thing to do as I was the only female in the room. Well I survived and they shut up. Results! I laid there for hours before I gave up and started to play on my iPad. I stayed awake from 2-7am. Finally, of course, I fell asleep at 7 and missed breakfast. Even though Dan told me to get up so I wouldn't miss it... I just couldn't be bothered to get up for a piece of toast. Dan and I had to ...
... hotel in Selby and enjoy the TdF on the TV.
All afternoon I was grumbling over my glass of red about what happened....but I'll be OK tomorrow.
Arrived at the Wishing Well Hotel in Selby, looks good from the outside, but looks can be deceiving. After checking in early and with no room ready we decided to do a little shopping for some lunch and other items at the local Tesco. Back at the Wishing Well only to discover our room is on the ...
... Lane Farm the following day. I rode up just to look around and then ride back to town. Barriers we going up all along the route. There was bunting and yellow bicycles galore and every pub seemed to have a "jovial" crowd getting ready for the next day. Although there were people along the route it took quite a bit of imagination to visulaize the projected huge crowds for the following ...
... to make sure we didn't miss our appointment at Stonehenge. It is an enigmatic and impressive place, but best seen from inside the stone circle, which you can only do (for a price) outside normal visiting hours. Otherwise, visitors have to stand a long distance away and look at it through the fence...pretty disappointing. When I was trying to make reservations for this, it was a challenge. Because of the connection of Stonehenge with the summer ...
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