East Ayton Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... wasn't sure if any of the Hardmoors 15 would have lapped me or not as they set off an hour after us and did just a short loop extra before heading to Whitby.
We were now on the Cinder track to Ravenscar and although my speed picked up I was overtaken by quite a few people. It felt like the uphill slog it was after the initial undulations. Great to see Andy there but he as busy taking down numbers of people arriving from my direction and the leaders heading back ...
Started of the day at the local gym with Jo. Then back home for a nice breakfast. Off to Bridlington for the afternoon to see John & Trish. Had s nice lunch at Rags. It was very nice overlooking the harbour just down from the wedding venue. After lunch we went for a walk thru the old town where they have just finished filming the Dad's Army movie. Back home for some takeaway Thai then a early night ready for New ...
... plenty of Viv-like people watching. We also managed to make a Viv-friend, the owner of the fish and chip shop! He has many friends in Australia but has not visited as his son is only three and the journey could be a nightmare. We ate on the wharf and breathed in the sea air-"this is livin' Barry".
I almost bought some bright yellow boots with flowers but my "skinny ankles" ruined that prospect- life is hard in England. ...
... of the city and for about another 300 years the city grew and prospered, then a bunch of Saxon invaders sent the Romans packing, deciding that the name was rubbish they renamed it Eoforwic ( mmm catchy ). Tramp another 450 years or so through history and the Vikings invaded and as we all know that was good old 'Ivan the Boneless' ( do we ? ). Of course as with other invasions they thought the city name was rubbish and renamed it Jorvik, now don't quote me but ...
... extensive buildings and ground works as parts of the buildings straddled the river. Of course it all came to a stop in the 1500's under Henry VIII's reformation. The roof was taken off to ensure the monks didn't return. We pondered on the fact that many sections date to a similar time as York Minster. These ruins demonstrate what happens if you don't keep spending millions on maintenance. The Georgian Water Garden however, is being ...