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... as I remember. Thanks again to Mum and Dad for being our taxi and our tour guides.
A yummy take-away curry for dinner followed by games (of course) completed another lovely day.
P.S. We also saw an amazing street artist who earns a living by creating these masterpieces in the street and collecting money from passers by. The finished one we saw took him nine months to complete (see photo) and he was just starting another one....so cool. ...
... white marble. The ceilings are in fact wood painted to look like marble. There have been a couple of fires in the last 30 years with extensive damage to the roof that has been repaired. The tower was built on the foundations of the roman settlement under the building and it started to settle so had to be reinforced with concrete in the undercroft. I’m of the opinion that this is a true money pit. Now there is ...
... the rainstorm and soothed the soul.
Throughout the town we've noticed yellow bicycles... old ones painted and leaned against walls, cutouts in store windows, miniatures for sale as pins or magnets. This year, for the first time, York was the starting point for the Tour de France bicycle race. Bursting with pride, the citizens of York certainly rolled out the red carpet (or should I say YELLOW) for this amazing cycling event!
... in 1976 and unearthed the remains of 1000 year old houses, backyards and workshops as they once stood. We rode a train thru the escavations below the Viking Centre unveiling all the information gathered from the 5 year long dig and pieced together the jigsaw of where the Vikings came from, why they came here, how they lived and died and where they travelled to.
... Craig and Ali were
both away to work by the time we got up but Koru was very pleased to
breakfast, we left the base and travelled the few miles to the home
of Wendy Bullock's brother, Rob, and sister in law, Myra. What an
amazingly hospitable couple they are. After a cup of tea and cake,
we had lunch of home grown leek and potato soup (I think Wendy was
with Rob when the leek seedlings were bought in Bruges).