Arties Mill & Lodge
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... has a medieval library, built 1422, and the Wren Library (1676) which was designed by Christopher Wren. It has a stained glass window (the Dean’s Eye) which was completed in 1235.
We stayed in a hotel at Brayford Pool where the Fossdyke Navigation Canal meets the River Witham. There is a marina and pathways along the waterfront. We had a couple of interesting walks along the canal – lots of narrow boats ...
We left early (8.30) to drive to the beach before the crowds - successful ploy as the roads were reasonably free and the beach empty when we arrived. Natalie & Andy have a favourite beach - Anderby Creek which has no development and is uncrowded even on a Bank Holiday. We were lucky with the weather - it was mostly sunny and not too windy but quite chilly if the sun went ...
An unexpected surprise day. We are in Lincoln to see Natalie and Andy, eat some good food and, later in the weekend, go to the beach and to ride roller coasters at Skegness. But we found out yesterday the Waddington base was hosting two WWII Lancasters and a Vulcan today before they go off to some air shows. So we got here mid morning, met Andy and got passes onto the base where ...
We set off this morning early enough that we will hopefully beat the crowds down to the Royal Yacht Brittania which is moored as a permanent exhibition at Edinburgh Docks. This early start has paid off - no queues and there's only about 3 small groups of people ahead of us.
Now, just in case you didn't know, John is a bit of a boat fanatic ... but despite the size and mint-condition that this yacht has been kept in, he is a ...
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 ...