Solberge Hall Hotel
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- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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 ...
... baled hay to cart. A header photo with this blog for Kevin...!!
Back to Thirsk on a different route to enjoy more views of the Moors, what a beautiful place in England. Dinner at our local pub, which always serves up a lovely meal!
Thursday, September 10th
Reluctantly left the beautiful village of Thirsk, where we have spent 5 beautiful days. Anne found the B&B she and ...
... of very pleasant walking. We spent over 2 hours here walking and taking photos and just enjoying the weather. Did I mention that the weather in England is a very pleasant temperature, so much cooler than Italy, I'm enjoying it muchly! Headed back to Thirsk at 4 to find a food shop for wine, dips and cheeses, and breakfast fare for the next few days. Our local pub had a Sunday roast complete with Yorkshire pudding and as we'd ...
... 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.
... pickle sandwich and a lemon tart. Another really friendly lady behind the counter who told Andy he didn't need sugar in his coffee because he was sweet enough! Finally found York Minster! We spent a good amount of time there, both inside the church itself and particularly in the under drawings, which told a fascinating story of the history of the site the Minster is built on, from when it was a roman fort. Finally sorted out the new sim, ...