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TripAdvisor Reviews The Croft Scarborough
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Picking up our hire car I knew then that what had been for the last sixteen days was over. We had walked the surface and the contour of the Earth, each foot step solidly placed on rock, pebble, moor and peat, over creek and stream and through mud. We had felt the sting of the sun and the stifling humidity. We had been drenched to the skin and cold, we had walked amongst the clouds and seen the mist roll in from the sea. Pheasant, sheep and cows ...
... us. We saw no cliffs, or town, or anything much at all! The whole detour in the end had been pointless! We walked into Robin Hoods Bay at 6 pm and headed down the steep cobbled street to the slipway. The narrow street seemed very quiet, almost eerie. The tourists had gone and most of the C2C walkers had either got in the day before or earlier in the afternoon. Unperturbed we reached the calm grey water, pulled out the St Bees pebbles we had carried so so far, and ...
Second to last day C2C! The stay at the Lion Inn was disappointing. Maybe I expected too much. It had the low beamed ceilings, rough stoned walls, old fireplaces and close almost claustrophobic atmosphere of a really ancient pub. But it also had a poker machine, bland stodgy food, impersonal service and big chain commercialism about it. There were so many people packed into the place. There was nothing welcoming about it. We have stayed at far warmer ...
... have improved dramatically. Much of the way has been along paved paths, built we learnt with the flag stones from demolished cotton mills. Today's path was wide and sandy, joining the old dismantled Rosedale railway all the way to Blakey Ridge. There were loads of people on it. A community marathon had sweaty tattooed creatures passing us regularly, then there were the cyclists, other trekkers, weekend walkers and even a couple of trail bikes competing for the ...
Bit of a lie in and talk with Nicky and the girls. Good to see them. Sadly Matt having bit of a setback and still his bloods are not right so after having been put out in a ward he is now back being monitored pretty closely. Pleased about that actually. Nicky a bit weepy but she is ultra tired and of course worried. Girls seemed in good spirits. Got lots of support from friends and such family as is around. Pam and Ross down for Alison's funeral tomorrow ...