Travel Blogs from Ripon
... of the use of co-codamol as a pain killer, but to anyone asking me now I'd say "don't touch it with a barge-pole!". Yes, it took the pain away a little, enough for me to think I could get to the loo. Having got there, I promptly fainted with the pain and the soporific effects of the drug, giving poor Rob much cause for concern! He was unable ...
... bigger than ours and are very good at catching chips mid-air. Walked through the quaint little streets and shops up the 100 or so steps to the Abbey which is just beautiful , boys liked it as a backdrop for action videos. Was so nice to catch up with Paul and Carol. Left late in afternoon and stopped for some pints of Yorkshire Terrier and a carvery dinner ( ...
... Green Park for a memorable pitstop at F & M thanks to Sue M and a delicious G&T float. Wandered around past Piccadilly Circus (Cool Brittania shop was fun) and into Coventry garden to buy funny t-shirts and have a quick paella. Eventually headed home with 2 very tired little boys. What a fabulous guide we had in Sue Moss. Then headed up to York on M1 - just had to follow the signs to "the ...
... might have caught in the propeller. We finally freed her and got her into the last lock, and after it was filled up he gave the prop a check-up and declared it free of undesirable objects. We concluded that there must have been something submerged by the lock gates and dutifully phoned CRT to report the obstacle.
... more automated locks from now on, just those countless heavy, awkward, swing bridges with evil tendencies. Please be kind to us this year, swing bridges.
As we left Leeds we passed dozens of office workers whom we assumed must have come out of their workplace especially to see us off. I'm quite convinced it wasn't really a fire practice.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking