The Queen Hotel
Travel Blogs from Todmorden
... party and parents when up to the moor for photos while the
rest of got to remain in the warm and dry with the bar.
The wedding was fantastic.
Becky looked absolutely stunning and Dominic looked wonderful in his
kilt. It was probably one of the nicest
weddings I have been to for a while made extra special by the little details
that were evident everywhere.
Place settings were marked by individually painted glasses
which were ...
... church in the diocese. We discovered a grave stone for Sir John Clifford b.1388 d.1422, he was a knight of the Order of the Garter (he figures in our ancestry search).
Another day we drove over to Cawood, looked in the parish church there - it was raining quite heavily and 2 ladies came inside to get out of the wet. While chatting it was revealed that these ladies new of Gillies as he will be speaking at a church in Bilney Wood (way done south) next ...
... 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 ...
... an hour writing down word for word everything that needs to be input regarding the business - starting with ...Switch on the computer. Phew!! I didn't realise till I did this how much work I actually do!!!
Well better go and do a final check - next time you hear from me I will be either checking in on my flight or in Canada....woohooooo!!!
... pretty good price (only 20 pounds each for really good seats).
Our trip up to Manchester was enjoyable; it was a quick
train to Oxford where we stopped for a pint at our favourite Sam Smith pub the
Three Goats Heads. We stumbled across the Oxford Pride march which was just
starting with lots of fanfare and rainbow flags. It was nice watching the
changing countryside through the train window. Up through the midlands area it
gets a ...