The Westleigh Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bradford
... to catch up with my cousin John and his fiancé Jane
and John’s son Chris and of course Mary, mother of the bride.
The next day we moved off to have a look at Bolton Abbey and
the priory ruins which are close to Ilkley.
What an amazing area that is and well worth a visit. It is an area of walks, historic buildings,
picnic and bbq areas, a river with medieval stepping stones across it and many
other interesting places. We spotted a ...
The first thing that is so amazing about driving through the English countryside is the lush green fields and trees, the beautiful hedgerows on the roadsides blooming with Queen Anne lace, buttercups, poppies and grasses - there is also an abundance of wildlife including little rabbits, hedgehogs, field mice etc.
We made our way to a bed and breakfast on a farm near Bolton Abbey, Skipton. This is a converted stone barn and is exceedingly comfortable. Of ...
From the minute we arrived onstage at Carnegie Hall for the dress rehearsal we knew it was going to be fantastic. Adelaide HarmonyChoir was joined by 4 choirs from the USA - one was a high school in New York.
The New World Symphony orchestra was brilliant as were the soloists for the Mozart piece. An hour later and we were free to find a meal before returning to the dressing room by 7.30. Gillies and I had arranged to meet with ...
for that title you’d probably want a homemade patty, some amazing sauces etc
etc). They were expensive, 5 pounds each and didn’t come with anything (see
photos). The workers there were very friendly though and that does make a
difference! They also had a nice little selection of cold and shelf goodies
with some Wheaty brand from Germany, which we haven’t seen elsewhere in the UK,
vegan ‘black pudding’, and ...
... rice and fresh bread, with a café au lait it came to 43½ Dh/£2.74 this with the fact that parking was free and the toilet/shower block being the cleanest I had seen was unbelievable. Saturday 21st Up at 7:30 to get ready for the drive to Tanger which was approximately 90 km. On the journey I stopped at a roadside pottery and bought two hand made Tagines and couldn’t believe that the potter only asked for 70 Dh (£4.40) for the two. ...