The Lion at Settle
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... beers overlooking beach and watched sunset, sisha and tea on roof top opposite guest house. Expect lots of hassle on the beach from the local women selling bracelets etc. We tend to sit in the bars/restaurants so they can't hassle us. The sun sets by 6:30pm where it drops dark so we made sure we were back by this time. Although it sounds early we also felt safer as the village had about 4/5 power cuts during the evening and it would be pitch black walking ...
Good night sleep was had, woke up to a sunny day, still a bit soggy under foot, the hills were definitely had eyes today, following our bull fight, we had vultures flying above us, we kept advising them we was still alive. A steady 15 miles was covered ...
... Main Franklin First, Second, Third..... ...and many more. - Address numbers get ridiculous (52811 Main Street). - People give directions by where streets meet. For example; "I'm on 5th and Maddison." - Another addition to this last point it that the order in which you say the street name actually matters. "5th and Maddison" means that you are travelling along 5th street and the meeting point of the two roads hits at Maddison Street. This really matters when getting busses! If ...
... and her dad. Just a relatively short journey to Velbert where she lives. With little Germans and her dads little English the convo station was quite amusing and challenge for us both Lovely house and very hi tech in comparison to England. The bread slicer being a highlight. Conversation became particularly funny due to the prenouciatiom of the word fridge Early night ready for ...
... my great-grandfather was the village policeman back around the 1880s. We spent some time by the river and then walked into the village. Then Cindy spotted a house called "The Old Police House". This is where he used to live and work. Cindy took a photo of me with the house in the background. It was great to spot this little part of the Fletcher family history. Then it was back home for a relaxing evening and some home cooked (by me) lamb ...