Travel Blogs from Brighouse
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... Michelle for dinner and we met them at a beautiful restaurant just opposite Carnegie Hall. We enjoyed a great time together with them.
When we came on stage for the performance we were very pleased to see the auditorium about 80% full - I will never forget seeing all the stalls and balconies filled with an appreciative audience.
The performance went really well - the excitement was high and the concentration intense - we sang ...
... centre. A really
nice venue. We wanted to get something else for the train, but their hot dishes
looked fantastic – they do a plate of mixed veggies and other dishes which we
look forward to trying another time. Instead we got a sausage roll and a pasty –
all handmade fresh each day on the premises! Later on the train when we had
them they were really delicious! That’s the type of good vegan food we’re
Shockingly, a second entry to this thing. Mainly as I'm bored at the airport. Rules of the airport in full force... having a pint. Pondering a family member that we lost at the weekend, keith (my cousin lizzies husband) left us suddenly on saturday. Brilliant man who ...