The Lion at Settle
Travel Blogs from Settle
... us. Each table was
named after something that was important to them and ours was the silver
fern. There was a string quartet playing
as we gathered and as Becky walked down the stairs towards Dom who started
getting emotional at the sight of her.
The band for the after party was a rock band and although it
wasn’t our kind of music they were very good and extremely LOUD. The younger ones were on the dance floor from
the minute ...
... in this part of the country the lovely romantic country lanes are very narrow and have lovely dry-stone walls both sides which you would not like to hit or scrape - so when a car approaches it is only by some miracle that a successful passing is accomplished.
Our first night here was so peaceful and quiet - the only sound to be heard was the sighing of the buttercups in the fields outside. It gets semi-dark by about 10.00pm and the daylight appears about ...
... skyline all lit up - it was something like fairyland but a tad bigger!! The ship took us down the Hudson River to get close up to the Statue of Liberty which looks fabulous lit up at night. We travelled a little further as far as Battery Park and then turned around for the return trip and left the ship by 2.00am. By the time we arrived back to the hotel it was 2.30am - we were very tired and glad to be able to sleep in the next ...
... behind the bar and I am stoked for the experience and well…. let’s be real…. THE CHANG CHANG! :P That will put the bank account way back compared to what I’ve spent already. I have been doing awesome on my budget. It’s amazing the things that you come across when you have the right frame of mind and attitude on life. It reminds me of the writing on attitude saying life is 25% what happens to you and 75% of how you react to it.
... recognized his call because when he screamed they all gathered around me thinking I was "The One With The Food." It was neat to have 15 sheep follow my every foot step each throwing out several Baaaa's a minute! It was rather hilarious. I'm sure the farmer didn't find it so humorous as I was on his land, lost as usual.
Stomping my way down a side street in the what seemed to be right compass direction I was steaming and ready to hop on a bus. ...