Burswood Guest House
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... not appear dripping from any of them :( we also visited Bakewell to sample a Bakewell pudding (yes it's different from a Bakewell tart).
Today we said goodbye to our wonderful hosts and drove into York to catch the train back to London. The Viking museum of Jorvik is fascinating and the 'Shambles' is unbelievably quaint and cute.
Tomorrow I get to experience the great British railway system up close and we will be visiting Kings Cross station and Platform nine and three quarters ...
... 20 each. The trip took in a short stay for a roadside spice presentation, a visit to the Annandale Falls, the Crater Lake and then St Frederick's Fort before calling in St The Great Anse beach. We returned today the ship at about 1pm or thereabouts, had lunch in the Waterside restaurant then chilled out on the sun deck for an hour or ...
... the Audi station wagon and it's the bomb. Best cat I have ever driven. The drive to leeds wasn't too strenuous and we got here at about 2.30pm. Just about sunset in this neck of the woods. Dinner in an old pub tonight and then off to Edinburgh tomorrow which should take about three ...
... It's just so beautiful. Went for a walk around town and saw the Shambles and York minster. Once back at the hostel I met a few new people Brendan from Melbourne, Max from New Zealand and Daniela from Chile. We all went out for dinner to the pub down the road and to another pub for 2 for 1 drinks. Was a brilliant night, lots of laughs and great company. I'm loving this Hostel ...
... up some lovely nut brittle and headed back over the river to check out the National Railroad Museum.
It was a bit of a walk through the tunnel that runs under the train lines but the NRM is worth seeing, especially if you are a train enthusiast. The main building houses some great examples of old train engines, including the Mallard, which holds the world speed record for steam locomotives (over 200kph). There is a great cutaway of a ...