The Bayley Arms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Yesterday Avery and I took a bus to the nearby Chatsworth mansion, home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. It is extremely ritzy and has roughly one million rooms and had just been decorated for the Christmas season. Many dukes have come and gone and made changes to the house and ...
... as the happiness of others but we also have to take time to do what’s right for us. If I had my own way, I’d pack up all of the amazing people in my life and move them with me everywhere I go. Until I win the lotto that’s not going to happen though, so for now I’ll continue working on strengthening relationships with 'home' and hope to remain an active part of everyone’s ...
... to check out the famous Manchester United stadium and the enormous Trafford Centre. Picking apples, looking at Jans caged birds and a big walk up the hill called The Cloud. A great few days, relaxing and simply spending time with the Abrahamse ...
... my first night in Manchester, Dan found this cute little hotel/b&b in the Gay Village of the city. I had no problem with this. And apparently there is a skewed***** scale of gays to lesbians. Dan was more desirable between the two of us. Fine. By. Me. And of course Dan was loving the attention. Standard. (I was starting to get worried for a while but this seems to be a thing in his life according to stories his family has told me. Lovely)
Dan and I may be not ...
... twinkling and bouncing off the reservoir below I decided I had rather underestimated Pendle Hill.
Dreams of buying a little small- holding in an outlying village, wearing a pointy hat and casting
spells about (a few individuals spring to mind) popped into my brain. I can't say I detected anything ominous about the place. The ground didn't swallow us up and the crows were far more interested in rummaging in the heather than picking our ...