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... of which the large Cathedral York Minster is the most prominent. The "Shambles" is also very popular, having provided inspiration to "Diagon Alley" in Harry Potter. It features a number of shops in a narrow cobbled stoned alley way.
The kids were quite fascinated by the cat trail of York. There are many cat figurines and statues decorating the buildings. The cats were put on the buildings to scare away the rats which brought plague and other ...
... We made the mistake of each ordering food and were amazed by the side of the portions when they came out! Luckily they gave us a take away box and we saved it for later. After lunch we walked up through the shambles and looked around a local market (purchasing some fresh strawberries and raspberries) before heading up to the York Minster. After snapping a few pictures we went to explore ...
... at home with anyone else in the room. This time it was my niece and her boyfriend and his son. The only downside for them was to suffer through a long tutorial on bike racing tactics, ethics and history according to the Gavin brothers. The main event of the day was the ride up to Holme Moss that evening. He will stay there overnight to organize the bike storage at party ...
... drainage - priorities). After hearing that I stepped out of the gutter!
Then the tour guide told us about Mary Clitheroe. There is a shrine in a building in the street that is dedicated to her. I will leave it up to you if you let your children read this, obviously mine know so your children may hear about it anyway.
Here is her story......
In 1586, she was arrested for not attending protestant church services 3 Sundays in a row for ...
... bays every so often. Drivers patiently wait for each other. Hikers
and cyclists also breach the pass. The views back down into Eskdale and up to
the Scafells are stunning. After negotiating the narrow switchbacks of the
pass, the road drops to Cockley Beck, before making another ascent, 25% grade,
to Wrynose Pass. These passes are the steepest in England. The road then
meanders through the picturesque valley of the Langdales, before reaching
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