Week of preparationLast week we booked a flight from Malagas airport to Leeds Bradfords airport withKLM Company. We airplane on 10th of March at 21:30 and we arrive to LeedsBradfords airport on 11st of March at 09:45 (flight with a stopover).We booked two double rooms for 6 nights in Rosebud Cottage Guest House for theprice of 1.265,54 euros.
10th March Sunday – 11st March MondayAt 18:30 we got on the bus to Malagas Center (Line 14). Later, we got on the other busfrom Malagas Center to Airport (Line 19).At 21:30, we took our plane from Malaga. At 09:45 we arrived to the Leeds Bradfordsairport.At 10:30 we picked up suitcases. Later, about 11:00 we had breakfast at the airport.At 11:30 we get on the taxi.( £15).38 minutes later we arrived at the hotel Rosebud Cottage Guest House. We left oursuitcase in the rooms and we went to the dining room at 13:30.At 15:00 we left the dining room and we went to our rooms. Later we prepared therooms and we rested from 16:00 to 18:00.At 18:00 we went to the dining room and we had dinner.After, at 20:00 we went to our rooms and we played cards all together.Finally, at 22:00 we went to our rooms and we went fart asleep.
12nd March, TuesdayAt 12:30 we left our hotel and we went to The Old White Lion Hotel Restaurant and weate a menu for £21.At 14:00 we left the restaurant and we went to the Parsonage Museum. We bought 4tickets for £7. We stayed in here until 17:00, and we saw lots of things. The Entrance Hall Mr. Brontë’s Study The Dining room The Kitchen
The Brontë Parsonage Museum library contains the worlds most comprehensivecollection of Brontë manuscripts, letters, early editions of the novels and poetry, andsecondary material on the famous family and their work.At 17:00 we left the Parsonage Museum and we arrived at The Old White Lion HotelRestaurant and we ate a menu of £21. At 20:00 we came to the hotel.13rd March, WednesdayAs every day, we had breakfast in our hotel. After that, we wanted to visit the IngletonWaterfall, in Yorkshire Dales National Park. We prepared our sandwich and somedrinks for the visit.We took the bus in Haworth at 07:01; it was the bus number 665. We arrived atOakworth at 07:08. We took the bus number 66 in Keighley Bus Station at 07:40, andwe arrived at Skipton at 08:25. In here, we took the bus number 581 at 09:30 and wearrived at Ingleton at 09:55.The famous Ingleton Waterfalls Trail in Yorkshire offers some of the most spectacularwaterfall and woodland scenery via a series of stunning waterfalls and geologicalfeatures.The trail is open seven days a week throughout the year (closed Christmas Day) andopens at 9.00 a.m.
Admission PricesFamily Ticket £14.00 2 adults and up to 3 children (under 16 years)Adult Ticket £6.00 16 years and overChild Ticket £3.00 Under 16 yearsBus TicketsAdult Ticket £15.00 16 years and overChild Ticket £7.50 Under 16 yearsSo we bought 4 tickets for £3.00 and 4 bus tickets for £7.50.In Ingleton Waterfall, we saw lots of things:Swilla GlenThe first section of the walk follows the River Twiss through Swilla Glen, a deep glencut into carboniferous limestone. Walking through the woodland of oak, ash, birch andhazel you can find a variety of wild ground plants including bluebells and dogsmercury.Mosses and ferns thrive in the moist conditions of the limestone gorge in this area.After crossing Manor Bridge the trail leads you towards Pecca Falls.
Pecca FallsAfter walking over Pecca Bridge you reach the first of Pecca Falls. Here you can see thevegetation shift from a typical limestone woodland to the bracken and heathers thatthrive in the more acidic soil associated with slate and sandstone.There are five main waterfalls at this point, dropping 30 metres over sandstone andslate. The river Twiss tumbles over the sandstone steps into the plunge pools whichare reputed to be as deep as the falls themselves.Hollybush SpoutThe trail climbs steeply here up a series of steps via Hollybush Spout, onto open moorland where the river flows to a shallow valley.There is a refreshment cabin at the top so you can enjoy a cooling ice cream or drinkand well earned rest before walking on to Thornton Force.
Thornton ForceThornton Force is the most famous and spectacular of the waterfalls on the trail. Herethe river plunges 14 metres over a cliff of limestone, laid down 330 million years ago ina sub-tropical sea.There is a viewing area which is also a beautiful spot for a picnic or rest beforecontinuing the walk along Twistleton Lane.Thornton Force was an inspiration for renowned artist William Turner.Twisleton LaneFrom Thornton Force the walk continues to Raven Ray, across a footbridge. Follow thesteps up the hillside which meets Twistleton Lane, an old Roman road leading intoKingsdale.The lane continues via Scar End Farm and Twisleton Hall before crossing the Chapel-le-Dale road at Beezley Farm. This section of the trail provides spectacular views ofIngleborough - one of the famous Yorkshire Dales ‘Three Peaks.’
Beezley FallsJust before Beezley Falls you arrive at the Falls Refreshment Centre where you can restyour legs and take in the beautiful surroundings. The trail then enters oak woodland,this time following the path of the river Doe to arrive at Beezley Falls.From the first waterfall the Doe descends over Triple Spout – three beautiful waterfallsall side by side.Rival FallsAt Rival Falls the trail offers fantastic views of the river Doe plunging into a pool knownlocally as the “Black Hole” which is reputed to be over 80 feet deep.
Baxengyhll GorgeWalking on to Baxenghyll Gorge you will find a viewing bridge which gives a dramaticview of the river far below - for those not afraid of heights!Snow FallsBeyond Baxenghyll Gorge don’t forget to look back or you may miss the beautiful SnowFalls.From Snow Falls, the walk continues back through Twisleton Glen over the finalfootbridge of the trail in the valley via the old limestone quarries and kilns. The finalstage of the trail takes you through the picturesque Ingleton village before returning tothe car park where the trail began.When we visited all this sites, we left Ingleton Waterfalls. We took at 14:45 the busesnumbers 581, 581, 66, 565. We arrived to Haworth at 18:01. At 18:15 we had dinner inThe Old White Lion Hotel Restaurant and we ate a menu of 21 pounds. At 20:00 wecame to the hotel.
14th March, ThursdayToday, we were very tired. So we visited Haworth’s Cathedral. At 13:00 we went toThe Old White Lion Hotel Restaurant and we ate a menu of £21. At 15:00 we left therestaurant and we went to the Haworth’s Cathedral. At 16:00 we arrived to theCathedral.The present Church was constructed between 1879 and 1881 and, although littleremains of the previous buildings – parts of the present church tower formed parts ofboth the medieval church building as well as the one that Brontë would have used –many historical connections with both the Anglican and Methodist movements as wellas literature are still present.At 18:00 we left the Haworth’s Cathedral and we went to The Old White Lion HotelRestaurant and we ate a menu of £21. At 20:00 we came to the hotel.16th March, SaturdayAfter breakfast, we took the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway.In the Keighley station, we bought the Rover Ticket:This ticket offers unlimited travel for a whole day - allowing you to break your journeyand travel about as you please. Includes free entry to the award winning Museum OfRail Travel and the Bahamas Loco Society Ingrow Loco exhibition - both at IngrowWest Station. Ideal for those wanting the complete day out. The cost is £15 Adults,£12.50 Concessions, £7.50 Children 5 to 15 inclusive. If you want to use our Bar Car onboard the train, you must to pay £15 more.We prefer pay £15 more for the use of the Bar Car on board the train.The timetable of the Kaighley & Worth Valley Railway was this:
We did this route:We left Haworth at 09:05, and we arrived to Oakworth at 09:08, it was a very quicklytravel!We visit Oakworth, it is a village in West Yorkshire, England, near Keighley, by the RiverWorth. The name "Oakworth" indicates that the village was first established in aheavily wooded area. In this village we bought some snacks for eat something.
We left Oakworth at 12:39 and we arrived to Damems at 12:43, but in this station, thetrain didn’t stopped because anybody request this. This village is served by Damemsrailway station which claims to be Britains smallest railway station, although it is nolonger part of the main rail network. It is used for heritage trains which do not stopunless requested.We arrived to Ingrow at 12:48 and we visited the the award winning Museum Of RailTravel and we saw the Bahamas Loco Society Ingrow Loco exhibition.We left Ingrow at 14:18 and we arrived to Keighley at 14:25. At 14:25 we ate in the BarCar on board the train, and at 14:45, when we finished the lunch, we visited the villageof Keighley. It’s lies at the confluence of the rivers Worth and Aire in Airedale, in theSouth Pennines. The River Aire passes through north eastern Keighley, dividing theneighbourhood of Stockbridge and running roughly parallel to the Leeds and LiverpoolCanal. Parts of Keighley are prone to flooding and the town was particularly badly hit inby floods 2000.
At 17:45 we left Keighley and we arrived to Haworth at 18:05.We went to The Old White Lion Hotel Restaurant and we ate a menu of £21.After that we went to our hotel.17th March, SundayWe left to the hotel at 03:00. We get on a taxi from the hotel to Leeds Bradford. Ourflight with the company Air friend. We left at 06:00 to Malaga Pablo Ruiz PicassoAirport. The plane did two scales and we arrived at 23:15.