The Unicorn Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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... weather has been all over the place. It rained on and off through the day; nothing too heavy but enough to require waterproofs. The showers stopped as abruptly as they started, only to be followed by sticky bouts of sunshine. Waterproofs off, waterproofs on, waterproofs off etc, etc! It was a bit of a pain. The countryside continued to impress with its beautiful greens, made all the better by the dramatic grey skies. Richmond is the largest town along the coast ...
A good nights sleep, lots of drugs, and the loss of more blister fluid meant I didn't need to hobble down to breakfast. After yesterday's big walk we had already decided to take the low route along the Swale River to Reeth. The guide book suggested it was more scenic and leisurely than Wainwrights high route. Time it said to stop along the way and maybe grab a pub ...
Friday evening we took a short flight to Leeds. We weren't expecting much from the city and indeed most people we told we were going there have said "why on earth would you go there." Leeds LITERALLY blew us away and was really fun. The main reason we went was to go to the Yorkshire Wartime Experience, a WWI and WWII battle reenactment and 40s themed event. The event was absolutely awesome. There were ...
... hiking boots, and staring into the still water is simply terrifying and forces a serious mortality confrontation (not dissimilar to the one I experienced at the Cliffs of Moher a week later). Site description:
"Billions of gallons of water over hundreds of thousands of years have gradually eroded the rocky bed of the river. The water action has gorged out a deep channel through which the waters of the River Wharfe are squeezed at an incredible force. The gorge is 30 feet ...
Wednesday and Thursday brought much heat and inactivity. Mostly we sat about under the shade of the wall watching hire boat mishaps and melting people passing by - the heatwave put paid to anything more taxing. On Thursday morning Sue and Francis were to set off back in the opposite direction, so Wednesday was our last evening together. Good excuse for a slap up dinner and, you guessed ...