Travel Blogs from Leek
... old school jets and even some of the first bobber motorcycles, which peaked my interest. They were setting up for a concert across the street. We were debating claiming seats at the local pub to cheat our way from buying tickets, but a three hour wait in the blistering sun was not on the top of the to do list. “The Pixies,” would just have to wait until another day. It sounded like a band that would be playing in the village from last night anyhow :P
... As I'm getting out of my seat I see that the recline button was under my seat. Kill me. Lol Oh and I was "randomly" selected upon boarding to have my documents checked by police officers before boarding. I'm so lucky. So I arrived. Got my bag. Walked out into the open. Couldn't find Dan. Oh I'm screwed. I started walking toward the buses like he told me to if he wasn't there for some odd reason. I realized I was going the wrong way and I stopped. My head was ...
Today was a rest day from cycling. Rodney checked out museums and I went shopping! The problem with shopping when you are travelling by bike is that you know that whatever you buy you will have to carry with you for the next seven weeks. ...
... estate is 2600 acres, and although they lost about 400 trees during December storms, the landscaping was still gorgeous.
The owner/designer, Henry Hoare II, had a love for ancient Greek architecture and mythology, so there were some temples and a Pantheon (another work behind scaffolding at the moment :( ) around the lake. (Film trivia: in the 2005 Pride and Prejudice, Keira Knightley refuses Mr. Darcy inside the Temple of Apollo, then ...
... had a great meal and a few drinks, we chatted to the next door neighbour, a red headed manc, who was not best impressed with the warden, he said"I've got red hair for a reason, I've got a foul temper, I'll have my own back on that t#%* before I leave. We retreated into the van before world war 3 started. A hearty breakfast Sunday morning saw us return home around 1100, our batteries recharged for another round of palliative care with Wendy's mum, god bless ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed