Park View Guest House
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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. ...
... shops, river, parks and homes. The Bars have buildings on top which have been inhabited from the beginning. One had a house with people living in it until 1952. Now most of the Bars are either restaurants or museums. We stop at the remains of the Castle Keep called Cliffords Tower. In 1190, 150 local Jews tragically died here when a mob chased them into the tower. The fathers killed their wives and children then ...
Woke up about 4 a.m. to thunder crashing through the city. Zigzagging purple/white lightning bolts and pounding rain petered out to showers by the time breakfast rolled around. But it was enough to have us dragging out the raincoats and umbrellas for our trip to York.
Traveling through the English countryside is a delight. Roads are well maintained and well marked. The scenery is postcard perfect, unspoiled by billboards and extraneous ...
... homes, shops and a school room made it easy to imagine what life may have been like during that time.
This day York was celebrating St. George’s Day. Hundreds of kids in scouting uniforms, along with several marching bands, proudly marched around the plaza in front of York Castle Museum and up and down the main street. It was fun to feel like we ...
... back to the station. We walked past Jamie's Italian restaurant, which looks really cool from the outside, so I had to take a few pictures. And then I spotted a... Cupcake Shop!! It's called Cupcakes by Charley. So I dragged everyone inside with me to get a cupcake to go in a very fancy packaging :-) They even had gluten free ones, but there wasn't enough chocolate on it for me, so I chose the chocolate honeycomb one, which was delicious and ended off the day nicely.