Allerton Court Hotel
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... on the coach and into Stratford town, the birth place of William Shakespear. We peruse the Shakespeare museum then find a cafe for a Cornish pastie, yay! !
Back on the coach and on the M40 heading for York. The countryside is lush green and covered in crops of wheat, barley and canola. Now and then there are flocks of sheep and a few scattered cows ...
... my left arm and leg. Lucky me.... Smelling like a brewery for the rest of the day, and without any of the fun of drinking it first. We landed in York at 3:00 pm and, after a Starbucks, walked the five minutes to the Travelodge. No recommendations for this place - I plan to write a negative review on TripAdvisor since this place basically sucks. Clean enough, but sucks. Taking the Rick Steves guidebook with us, we did a power walking tour on our own following Rick's outline. ...
We were sad to be leaving the Lake District, but with the weekend approaching we could only imagine how busy it was going to be in this pretty part of the world. And add to that the fact that the weather today was back to what we have come to expect, and to move on didn't seem to bad. We had booked into York for the weekend, and we decided to take the scenic route through the Yorkshire Dales to get there. Google Maps once again let us ...
Today is another Bank Holiday, or as we call them back in Australia, a Public Holiday so there were lots of people out and about. We started our explorations today by visiting the village of Middleham which is best known for Middleham Castle. The castle is now a ruin and is managed by English Heritage and the reason we were so keen on visiting here is that it was the boyhood home of King Richard III, where he completed his squire training ...
... I was feeling much more confident and happy that I was working right where I should be.
So at the end of my 2 weeks, my customer, his Dad and I, drove to York, where I planned on spending at least a few nights. We met up with the regular carer, all had lunch together (very civilized!) and then they all walked me to my hostel and hugged me goodbye.
"But I'm not ready" - Of course I was!!!