BEST WESTERN Forest & Vale Hotel
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This weekend kickstarted with a class trip to York and Whitby. These trips are always fun because everything is already payed for and I had to do absolutely no planning. We woke up bright eyed and bushy tailed(aka the bus left at 8 am so I rolled out of bed) and headed on our 4 hour trek to the coast. The bus ride was nice, we got to make up for lost time and sleep more. We first stopped at York. We toured York Minster as a ...
Getting excited about going to the Turks and Caicos Islands. At the moment I have a bit of a problem with my back but it seems to be improving and John is in Brazil so I can't really get excited about anything yet. BUT we are counting the days until we go and it is only ...
... There was a lot of trains.
We got to walk in some trains.
We went to Clifford's tower. It was a castle ruin.
Zara, Riley and I ran all the way around to catch Riley. I was sooooo puffed.
We went to a really big awesome playground. There was a slide, flying fox and ...
... watch tower used for a castle, but the castle bit is completely GONE.
The tower is all that is left. When we went in I ran off, even a sign said KEEP YOUR CHILDREN UNDER CONTROL and what I did was ran off, and my brother and sister chased me I
There where 3 stories in it, it got burned and the floors where made out of wood and you can see some on the burned bricks ...
... providing an unusual light over the landscape. We packed up an left our cottage on the Sunday morning and our day started with good weather. However this quickly deteriorated and by the time we got to our destination, Beverley Minster, it was raining heavily. Beverley Minster is an impressive building. St. John of Beverley, died in 721, founded a monastery on the site. The font dates back to 1170 and the 68 stalls in the Quire date ...