London Lite Wednesday, 11 November 2009 17 Conrans Cityhotel Home away One weekend, twO places, yOur cHOice & Why: To stand on the desolate moors with the wind swirling and cry Heathcliff! and Cathy! How to get there: By train from London Kings X to Keighley via Leeds (52 approx), then a short taxi ride or a steam train journey into Haworth. Where to stay: Five-star Ashmount Country House, Haworth ( which was once owned by Charlotte Bronts physician Amos Ingham. Where to eat: The Weavers ( serves modern British food, such as breast of Lune Valley duck with hedgerow damson sauce and potato rosti. What to do: Visit the Parsonage Museum where tragic Charlotte, Emily and Anne lived from 1820-61. Pop into the Black Bull for a pint atop the steep, cobbled main street. More details: Bront Country Why: To immerse yourself in US political culture and history. How to get there: United Airlines flies from Heathrow to Washington from 460 return ( Where to stay: Liaison Capitol Hill ( is very sophisticated and a short walk from the seat of power. It boasts a rooftop pool in summer and a cosy bar in winter. Where to eat: Tapas restaurant Zaytinya ( has been voted one of the worlds top 75 restaurants by Conde Nast Traveller. Theres a great atmosphere, the mezze is delicious and a shot of ouzo is almost compulsory. What to do: Go President Obama- spotting at the White House and take in the Lincoln Memorial. Or visit the Smithsonian, which has an amazing 19 museums to its name. More details: DANNY WHEELER/NAtALiE tRombEttA Washington DC THE Square Mile is to get a new boutique hotel in Moorgate designed by Sir Terence Conran. The D&D London group, in which Conran has a 51 per cent stake, is said to view the hotel -- which it hopes to open in 2012 -- as the first in a nationwide chain. GERMAN national goalkeeper Robert Enke committed suicide just 200 yards from the grave of his baby daughter, it was revealed today. Tributes have been pouring in for the Hanover 96 player after he threw himself beneath the wheels of a speeding train near Hanover yesterday evening. Enke, 32, who was due to be Germanys goalkeeper at the World Cup in South Africa next year, was suffering from deep depression and was in psychiatric therapy. Three years ago his two-year-old daughter Lara had died from a defective heart valve and he visited her grave every day. Yesterday he had parked his black Mercedes 4X4 in a quiet street nearby, walked along the rail platform and threw himself under the 4427 from Bremen to Hanover as it travelled at 100 mph. His widow, Teresa, with whom he had adopted a baby daughter, Leila, in May, was said to be suffering deep shock and was under sedation. German football legend Franz Beckenbauer was among those who have paid tribute. He said: I feel unending sadness. We have lost a great foot- baller and a great guy. While the German teams manager Oliver Bierhoff, said: Words fail us at his loss. Shock: tributes outside Enkes soccer club by kevin widdop World Cup star kills himself just yards from baby daughters grave gRiEviNg gERmANY kEEpER jumps iN fRoNt of tRAiN Family tragedy: Robert Enke with daughter Lara in 2006 2 index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html48.html49.html50.html51.html52.html53.html54.html55.html