Premier Inn Leeds City West
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... Jill and her dad Brian are suffering with the same symptoms. We have our fingers crossed that Barbara has not caught the bug. Paul cooked dinner tonight, and she could barely keep her eyes open long enough to eat anything,.
My time on the motorway was not entirely spent thinking - I crocheted 4 potholders today!
And now I think I'll stop thinking for a while and watch some British comedy shows.
... even if the food was not the best that we have had this week. It was a fun evening with family.
This afternoon we took Barbara for a short visit with Paul's cousin Margaret, and on the way back we passed a little park along the Wharfe River called Tittiebottle Park. Barbara said the name came about because the butcher's wife used to sit alongside the river to nurse her baby.
... how/when it was built. Joe and I even climbed all the twisty steps to the dome for a bird's eye view of the city. We've thus far been blessed with excellent weather - blue skies, sunny - some clouds and warm. After visiting St. Paul's and even staying for Evensong, we headed across the Millennium Bridge and walked the South Bank to the London Eye... Which only the guys were brave enough to ...
... on this trip was to Rochdale. This was for Graeme – from his research, his father’s family originated from this zone. We could research back to 1718-20, but again, the trail dries up. As it happened, we couldn’t get to the Manchester Library Records, as we arrived here over the weekend. This didn’t matter, as we already had the name of churches in Rochdale, Bury and Middleton. Again, we hoped to find some gravestones, ...
... in the room, and my dad and I headed down to the pool. It was so nice to swim around. I was loving every minute of it!
After a few hours of swimming around and sitting in the hot tub, we called it a night, and we all got some sleep.
The next day we took a train to York, and spent the whole day there. I loved York! The buildings were so beautiful, and the town was very busy.
There was this massive Abbey located in the town's center, and ...