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We found a book about the teachings of Buddha in our manchester hotel room. This occupied most of our evening. This morning we went to McDonalds to book our bnb for Barcelona. We had a seriously *************necting to the wifi there and a lady who worked their spent her time trying to help us connect. When we eventually gave up frustrated, we insisted it was ok. It was not ok... She replied with, "no it's not ok... I'll get a manager". Her dedication to helping us, was a really special ...
... On either side of the road, you'll typically find stone walls. As in not 1 foot from the road. So yes, you have that disadvantage, multiplied by the fact you are driving a vehicle wight the steering wheel located on the other side of the car, multiplied by the fact the traffic is opposite side of the road. I will need to do some driving sometime this week, but I'm thankful Joe's been awesome at it thus far. Yorkshire lunch was great, and we thought we might get around ...
We made our way to the Town End Farm Cottages in Malhamdale. Set on a working farm, with a divine view of Malhamdale Cove, we have 3 cottages that was once a converted barn. Cows & sheep are sprinkled in our view. On our way, we went through Skipton (Saturday market day) & Thorlby. We saw John & Jill Spensley. David & Janet Lee we're visiting Jill, on their way to London. John now farms the land & kids got to walk don to the farm to see the ...
... the bike bus for our return trip home, it felt a much better/easier bike to ride than mine. So am now riding Roger's bike at the moment, which is the next frame size up to mine. Problem is that the seat post has welded itself into the frame, and no amount of muscle and tools have been able to move it. I could put my lovely comfy female saddle on but is a higher seat than Rogers and would make the ...
... I guess that's a thing here????? But I'm okay so no panicking!
After Manchester we got on my first train ride. It was interesting but I was a nervous wreck. I had no idea where we were getting off or how long it was until we get off. Dan told me a hundred times but I forgot/need to panic. Dan was sitting across from me in a totally different calm world as he wrote his blog.
(I learned the hard way to not bother him while he tries ...
Other places to stay in Clitheroe
Whalley Road, Billington, Clitheroe | Hotelfrom $138
Eaves Hall Lane, Clitheroe | Hotelfrom $144
Avenue Road, Clitheroe | Hotelfrom $115
Castle Street, Clitheroe | Hotelfrom $111
Whalley Road, Hurst Green, Clitheroe | Hotelfrom $158
44-48 King St, Clitheroe | Hotelfrom $119