The Cartwright Hotel
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... their yummy salads. And of course they had no salads, no wraps, nothing at all remotely healthy and the chicken and fish sandwiches we bought were downright awful. What I wouldn't give for a salad bar about now.
For our afternoon coffee break, we stopped at Costa Coffee which features wonderful Italian style coffee. It got me thinking about why so many English people prefer Nescafe instant coffee to a fine, rich ...
... even if the food was not the best that we have had this week. It was a fun evening with family.
This afternoon we took Barbara for a short visit with Paul's cousin Margaret, and on the way back we passed a little park along the Wharfe River called Tittiebottle Park. Barbara said the name came about because the butcher's wife used to sit alongside the river to nurse her baby.
... is an old pub/carvery that has a kid's play-for-pay facility attached. I assume that is so parents can enjoy their pints and/or dinners while watching their kids in the playroom. The kids seem to love it.
There were eleven of us today and it was a nice chance to spend some down time with Brian's kids and their families.
This place is a carvery, which is kind of like ...
... panels within the churches. These photos will keep for relatives.
The rest of our trip will almost seem like an anti-climax, as we ended up achieving some of our aims. Anyway, we are off to Shrewsbury, of which we don’t know much, then Gloucester, to finish in London. Our trip is heading to a climax and we have experienced the emotional highs of visiting our ancestral homes.
Graeme & ...
... 8220;I feel like Mr. Bennett with his mad wife!” and another person exclaimed, “Will you stop being so naughty?” It was going to be a good day.
While my cousin’s wife stayed behind to watch over the workmen, my cousin took me out for a ramble on Ilkley Moor, made famous in the song “On Ilka Moor Baht’at”. The landscape was almost painfully beautiful, craggy and rising up to a beacon in the distance. ...