The Devonshire Fell Hotel and Bistro
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... a 5 year break Then we went mad Bel air (red) ariondaz, grandes bosses, gravelles,altiport (beer and lasagna) bellecote, marmottes (red - got lost ) park City (red), found marmottes again, jean pachod (red), creux (2nd time), altiport (2nd time) , beer (large one) and finally pralong and bellecote back to the chalet !! we are knackered !!! But the sun was ...
... chatted to our new friends We have a really good group of people. - it's going to be a good week The sun left us this afternoon for low cloud and a very light caster sugar sprinkling of snow but it's great to be here Evening meal chalet style was great - good food starting with sparkling wine and canapés and good chatting round the table Early to bed though at 10pm (we have been up since 4am ...
... We set off at 2pm and were well on our way when I had a panic attack - have we the tickets !!! As we had driven for 1 1/2 hours I did not really fancy going back, so we quickly stopped at the next service station on the A1 - Blyth services A quick rummage in the bag and bingo - yes tickets on board - phew :) With brilliant sunshine in Harrogate and drizzle here at Stanstead we are ...
... MO to be known as Route 62. Later is was decided that 66 was easier to remember, and so it became official in 1927.
The road maps would show that the old Route 66 was 2448 miles (3940 km).
The road planner designed Route 66 to intersect with rural U.S. cities, connecting their Main Streets with a national roadway.
Route 66 was promoted to people to travel from end to end. ...
... right foot blistered as the day progressed, our “match
fitness” not quite what it should be. We were very glad to reach Burnsall and
find our B&B. Dinner was at the popular Red Lion. Janice asked me what the day’s
highlight was for me and I couldn’t decide between (a) taking my boots of at
the end, and (b) the pint of local ale at the pub! Jet lag and general
tiredness saw us comatose in bed by ...