Richmond Gate Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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... starting here, it is still an amazing sight. Lowther House is a B&B-cum-cafe with a lovely garden, run by a rather unusual couple: slightly O.T.T. Tula and dapper white-hair-and-moustached Paul. They were VERY hospitable, and over happy hour in their garden, Paul regaled us with tales of his 20 years living in the USA. We have ordered a full English breakfast for the morning, which we are very much looking forward ...
... lunch and drink and we decided to move on to another famous landmark, Buckingham Palace.
Emerging from the tube, we walked through Green Park to Buckingham Palace. Workmen were setting up barriers in preparation for the Tour de France which will be here on Monday. Hopefully, we'll be in the crowd to see the end of the English leg of the tour. Buckingham Palace is much as it appears ...
... discuss our ideas of the destinations and the cost, and STA Travel offers £50 deposit to secure the flights before February or we have to pay the whole price straight away if we decide to pay later. 'NO' I told Nathan that we have to pay the deposit now, so we paid the deposit straight away! We couldn't believe we just done that, we are just generally talking about it then 2/3 week's time we booked our flights!! OH MY GOD WE ARE GOING!!!!! So thank very much to the ...
... the grand opportunity to educate these health and safety deprived people. The moment we said that it is dangerous to go to the bathroom alone as a girl. Alone you don't stand a chance if you get jumped. They just laughed in our faces until they saw that we our faces weren't laughing with them. Better safe than sorry. In Ross they just leave their drinks on the table, go have a smoke, come back and pick up where they left off. That floored me. They have so much faith in their ...
... from Marrick Priory to the village.
This leg was another lovely walk, still in the Swaledale Valley and all it's glory and navigation has become a lot easier, partly because we are no longer weaving through mountains, peat bogs and the like, but also because we now seem to have C2C signs on a far more regular basis. We saw our first proper METAL C2C road sign, there seem to be far more wooden signs and even the ...