The Craiglands Hotel
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It looks like there is a change in the weather coming, so it must be time to pack up and go home.
We needed to take Barbara for a doctor's appointment and to run some errands, including a stop at Weegmann's for Paul's last pork pie of this trip, and then we brought Barbara back home and made lunch - including the pork pies all around.
Today we parked on the other side of ...
... was so badly scratched or fogged I didn't get very good photos.
We flew over the other Channel islands and along the French coastline before we got to Southampton. We had another 30 minute layover here, but because we were coming into the UK from a non-EU country, we had to disembark with our luggage, go through security again, and reboard the same plane - the same seats in fact! The Flybe flight attendants and ground crew were ...
... on top of the world it was so high. Once in Goathland (AKA Aidensfield) we enjoyed wandering the main streets and sights including the pub, railway station and post office. Lots of memorabilia to purchase as they capitalise on the success of the hit series that went on for 18 years. We really enjoyed our time there, and will look at the repeats with fresh eyes.
Onto Whitby a seaside ...
... The bed itself had been found again in an outdoor shed, water damaged and in pieces.
You would think we would have had enough of ice-cream. Oh no...there we were enjoying a Yorkshire Dales ice-cream for lunch!! LOL
That I had another one of those travelling moments as I stood mesmerised looking at the most beautiful white hydrangeas I've ever seen. I was so happy and moved to see these flowers.
That we had an ...
... through the park, where people were enjoying the sun and its warmth and the great children's playground, to the old 3 span 16Th century bridge. There we decided to walk further alongside the Wharfe river (meaning 'swift river') on a walking track through woods, farms, 'Kissing Gates' to separate fields or public land, to Addingham, a walk of approx. 3 miles (4.8 kms). It was lovely. We met up with walkers going in the ...