Best Western Mytton Fold Hotel & Golf Complex
Travel Blogs from Langho
Saturday, the morning of the wedding was lovely -sunny and
warm and then as we headed off into the town to find a place to park close to
the venue it clouded over and started to rain.
We had time to spare so equipped with an umbrella we wandered around
Ilkley which is a beautiful town.
The rain eased for the guests and the bride to arrive but
came down in bucket loads during the ceremony and reception which meant that
... in this part of the country the lovely romantic country lanes are very narrow and have lovely dry-stone walls both sides which you would not like to hit or scrape - so when a car approaches it is only by some miracle that a successful passing is accomplished.
Our first night here was so peaceful and quiet - the only sound to be heard was the sighing of the buttercups in the fields outside. It gets semi-dark by about 10.00pm and the daylight appears about ...
... br> We said our goodbyes as most of us were leaving for other travel the next day.
Gillies and I went by taxi to JFK airport for our overnight flight to Manchester arriving there at 7.00am the next day. We picked up the hire car(Vauxhall Astra) at the airport and drove straight away to a village called Wentworth. This was made possible by using our Tom Tom - it would have been a hair-raising experience without this amazing device.
... an hour writing down word for word everything that needs to be input regarding the business - starting with ...Switch on the computer. Phew!! I didn't realise till I did this how much work I actually do!!!
Well better go and do a final check - next time you hear from me I will be either checking in on my flight or in Canada....woohooooo!!!
... Gardens so it was lovely looking
out at all the hustle and bustle! We then wandered around town, reminding
ourselves of trips past. We know Manchester pretty well. We made our way to the
famous Sinclair’s Oyster Bar which is a Sam Smith pub right in the middle of
the modern shopping area, but it is an ancient building with a lot of history.
The term ‘mind your peas and Kews’ came from there! This pub is crazily busy