The Inn at Hawnby
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... are the lovely big lake and the endless woodlands and green spaces. Kids, dogs, bikes, games, picnics, ice creams, even cricket matches, it all happens in Clumber! We did the 10 mile cycling circuit (with a brief stop for sandwiches half way round) and had a great time. At the end we rewarded ourselves with a good old Mr Whippy!!
Nico headed back to Nottingham early evening for a day of work on Wednesday and the girls got themselves an overdue early night!
... show pilgrimage to Yorkminster and throughout the minster we see St. Peter and his keys to heaven. The keys can be found all over the Mninster. On our tour we also were taken into the Choir and shown the beautiful pipe organ and the Screen of the Kings outside- depicting Kings of England from William the Conquerer to Henry VI.
After the tour, we went down into the undercroft of Yorkminster. Yorkminster sits on the same site that was once a ...
... of York is Betty's. Betty's is a famous tea room in Yorkshire which has queues outside the doors in weekends. Luckily we manage to wriggle out way in and obtain a spot. The service was fantastic as was the experience however my GF brunch and cake was a little sad.
The rest of the time we do a walking tour - of which I did not take a lot in other than bits about York being used as ...
... of National Trust halls in the last few months but this one has been treated a little differently. The ground and first floor rooms are historically dressed but they have also lifted the floor boards to reveal items that have been lost over the ages. They have unearthed quite a treasure trove. Under some perspex planks we see playing cards, pins, a packet if cigarettes (don't think they would have slipped through the cracks), and original wood shavings. The upper attic ...
... into town, it is so cute! There are old stone buildings everywhere and with the sun shining and flowers out and about it was too pretty! We strolled around town checking out the castle and city wall remains and then moved round the colleges of the university. We walked into one of the college grounds and wow if JCU looked like that I probably would have attended more classes! I cannot imagine how fun it would be to study at Oxford! It was ...