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... would wash their waste through. It has shops, restaurants and tourist attractions, including seven evening ghost walks and tours and was mentioned in the Domesday Book, making it Europe's most well-preserved medieval street. I reckon the name 'Shambles' refers to the cobbles. They're an absolute ******* to walk on without slipping **** over tit.
The Doomsday Book was written during the times of William the Conqueror. When ...
... games of 'Idiot' and a picnic lunch.
After checking into our hotel the kids were very keen to visit the Chocolate museum! Lots of tasters included and we all got to make chocolate lollipops.
Walked round the Minster, along the Shambles and got a sense of York.
Back to the hotel for a swim and buffet dinner.
It is hard to believe that we have been here for one hundred and fifty days. The time has flown and it is only a week to the day that we will be heading to Heathrow airport to pick up Bryce. I don't know where the time has gone, it just seems to dissipate. On one hand it is a good thing because it means we are closer to our adventure of travelling around Europe but it is also daunting and we have become quite comfortable and adjusted to the new way of life here. Today was a fairly ...
... furniture, wall hangings, paintings, crockery… everything authentic and worth an absolute squiilion dollars. The family (the current Earl, his wife and children) live in the other wing and I am sure they don’t want for anything there.
Someone is in each room to give you information on the history of all the items and to explain whose portraits are adorning the walls. (I think they are also there to make sure no-one nicks anything… shhh.) ...
... building was coming along when people visited. We left before it was completed and I had never been over it. It is no longer the longest in the world having been superceded a couple of times I think. However, it was on my to do list. Now it isn't. It's got its tick.
Of course, the weather was being its usual beastly self, but as it didn't actually rain, we had a walk along the bank of the ...