Riverside Walk Guest House
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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!
This is the hardest part as we have to take KM to Andrea and Dave's to stay tonight. She has watched the suitcases being packed and the gathering of her food in the hall so she knows something is afoot. And I will tell her what we always tell her when we have to leave her " We're going shopping. Be back soon!" How can I tell her that knowing we'll be away for nearly 4 weeks. I don't think woofers have any concept of ...
... Nando's, which I think is quickly becoming dad's favorite chain restaurant in the UK, we made our way to the theater. For those of you who haven't heard of it Avenue Q is a Broadway style musical using puppets. The musical parody's shows like Sesame Street, but the content is certainly for a mature audience, with songs like "The Internet is for Porn" and "Everyone's a Little Bit Racist".
The musical definitely struck a chord with me, as the main character is a 22 year ...
... were dozens of people on the sands, probably looking for fossils or Jet. The town is famous for its ammonites.
It was still raining and we took the road back up onto the moors, then down into Scarborough. We didn't much like the look of Scarborough. It is a resort town, full of casinos, fun parks, tacky shops, and lots of traffic. Even though the rain had stopped we kept going, back through some gentle green country, back home to York.
... across the concourse. She, of course, got no support from the several men who arrived, looked around and departed.
Eventually all was sorted and we continued our homeward journey to Manchester, where Tony's daughter Layla was waiting to greet us with a hugs and kisses. We've been staying with Layla and Simon for a few days whilst we get our own home back into a habitable state after being rented out for the year. They also organised ...