Arties Mill & Lodge
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Mum, dad and I left the house at 12.30 - Heathrow bound! Was feeling pretty anxious but mostly excited to begin my trip! After checking in we sat and had some nibbles and wine at callucios - the wine definitely helped to calm my nerves!! Was so nervous marching through security I tried to get by with my phone in pocket .. ...
If art and history is your thing then the Doncaster museum and art gallery is the perfect place to visit. The museum has areas dedicated to natural history, archaeology, local history and also fine and decorative art. There is also a special exhibit which showcases some of the many trophies which have been awarded at the nearby racecourse.
The Doncaster racecourse is just one of the many attractions for sport fans in the town. ...
... Cathedral - next time! We spent the day riding down the coast through Whitby, Scarborough and Bridlington. All of these towns were busy with tourists enjoying the last few days of the summer school holidays. These seaside towns all boasted their amusement arcades where tourists spent their hard earned cash. Most people were wandering about in their shorts and t-shirts - we had on jumpers! We rode on to Hull for our evening ferry ...
We have really enjoyed our time on the Chesterfield Canal.
But there's one thing we won't miss - the swathes of weed in the last few miles of the canal. It's blanket weed and it wraps around the propeller in a moment, strangling the steerage and making it very slow progress! Stuart has had to empty the weed hatch (not a pretty sight, nor an easy one) more times in the last 2 weeks than he did all last summer.
Latest News on our Oven - Belling ...
Wrawby Postmill is a windmill in the unitary authority of North Lincolnshire, England, at Wrawby near Brigg. It was built between 1760 and 1790 to serve the Elsham Hall estate. The mill originally had four common sails, but through most of its working life had the ...