Aaron Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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It's been a couple of weeks since the last update due to the Christmas break and no work undertaken The building is now watertight with a roof on (no tiles yet - these are coming tomorrow) and from inside a very strange green glow from the waterproof material The oak beams have been installed and look amazing ... The next few weeks will show more changes with a proper floor and internal wiring ...
A very wet day today and an extremely one drive home in the wet and murky conditions !!! Did you know that the sign at euro tunnel tells us about restricted access if you have a dog or cat and strangely enough - ferrets !!!! We that changes everything I better take the ferrets out of my trousers next time I use the channel tunnel ...
... rebuilt after the allies completely bombed it during world war 2 - wide streets.and modern buildings Evening saw us in an Italian - nothing special - beef bourguignon and lamb shank (pizza for Helen) - actually both just tasted like stew with crushed potatoes. Donna described crushed potatoes as a poor version of mashed potatoes ...
... walls that surrounded the city providing protection thousands of years ago. We seized (no pun intended) the opportunity to have a look at the city from great heights and at different angle. We were also kept in suspense as we walked along the walls as you never knew what part of York you were going to come out at, as you emerged from the dark narrow stairwells. Throughout the town of York we saw many street performers and buskers, these performers were quite ...
... I will have to give up eating cake. I don't eat it at home, but here, it is so nice.
Terry went into the food hall at Marks and Spencers and was excited to find Hot Cross buns. I normally refuse to buy them other than for Good Friday, but as he'd been disappointed we couldn't get any in Barcelona, I relented, and he is eating one now, with lashings of butter and a contented look.