Best Western York Pavilion Hotel
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... filmed the movie of pride and prejudice with the gorgeous Matthew McFadyen as Mr Darcy). The house is huge and amazing but it was a little disappointing that so much of it was closed and the rest so covered in Christmas decorations that you could barely see the beautiful art and furnishings. The grounds were landscaped by the famous 'Capability' Brown (who also landscaped Blenheim Palace) and they featured formal gardens, rocky grottos, a hedge maze and several ponds - sadly Mr ...
Docked around 7.30am. Were walking around the Promenade deck as the ship was coming into port and saw dolphins swimming off the bow of the boat, we the saw them on each side of the ship as we continued walking around the deck. After breakfast we disembarked the ship at about 9am, we quickly signed up for a round the island mini us your ...
Last day in London so wake up, ****, shower and shave. Had enough breakfast to feed a small family, then Tina and I headed to the airport to pick up the hire car. Now I never was one to have car posters on the wall as a kid and even now see them as being a means to an end. But not today ...
... Today is a lazy day. We sleep in and have a relaxing breakfast. I get a couple of loads of laundry done and then we head out in the afternoon for a walk. As with most of the UK there are footpaths everywhere. So off we go to check out the horses, sheep and farm land that make up this region of England. This is horse country with rolling hills, grazing pastures, farm fields and a pig farm! This is a very peaceful area and it soothes the soul. After our walk we have ...
... to park in the upper village at the top of the cliffs and walk down to the bay, but there were SO many people and SO much traffic, and SO little room for a motorhome that we flagged that idea, and carried on to Scarborough, some 30km further south. Again the area was teeming with people, but we did manage to find a park at the northern end of town and had a great walk down the cliffs to North Bay and along the beach, then up and over ...