Red Lion Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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I left my hotel without much confidence that my luggage would follow since they really didn't seem to know what the were doing. Arrived at the Rombald where everyone else stayed and we were off.
Ilkley is a very nice upscale little town, We were going to stop at the coop to pick up lunch but decided we could make it to a cafe along the way …
... it! You have to commit and go for it apparently!! Anyway, got a train and two planes to go before we get there! I really enjoyed writing my blog when we went to Sri Lanka and a lot of you said you enjoyed reading it so that's why I'm doing it again! Hopefully the wifi will be good throughout the trip so I can update you all on our Asian adventure! Kirsty ...
... Dennis has always had a very keen interest in cricket. Ronald lived in Knaresborough and later worked in Leeds as an accountant with Ernst & co.
He told me that the primary school by Stockwell Lodge was built fairly recently, so neither Henry nor Frank would have attended it. I was keen to check school rolls, but of course with my luck, it happened to be half-term break, so no schools were open. The grammar ...
... completed, I had fish and chips in Knaresborough and ate them in the market place, which attracted a little bit of attention from passersby, but I didn't care!!
So, with the promise of slightly better weather today, I headed off to Knaresborough again and headed to Byard's Lodge, with only one side-track to Knaresborough House, where the local council is now located. A very helpful young woman there really looked to see if they had any old photos of Stockwell ...
... proof plans for new buildings. Too late now. The last big one was in 1934 and I guess they get complacent when they are so long in coming (unlike Japan, where it's a constant problem). But India is moving into Asia at 2" a year and eventually there are going to be splits and movement.
Sadly the two worst affected places are the last two I visited, Bandipur and Swayanbunath.
Hope the Benchen Monastery at Swayanbunath is holding up. It was built on a hillside (hence all the ...