Hallmark Hotel Hull
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A quiet start to the day as we are all heading down to London at 2.00pm to Mike & Hats place where we will catch up with Nikki and start the New Years celebrations. The train ride was awesome. Thanks Jo & Andrew for organising the tickets. 1st class carriage with complimentary food & beer. Seems a good option on New Year's Eve. A ...
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 ...
Today Mike & Hats went back down to London. Elly, Andrew and I went for a drive around the loop thru Wensleydale. Went to the cheese shop and then brought s joint of sirloin steak for dinner. Had lunch at the Bull Hotel. This is a place that Andrew takes his visitors. Back home for a few JD's and a nice dinner along with some cheese. The Mango & Ginger cheese was pretty good. A different flavour. Off to bed now as Jo & I are off to the gym in the ...
... to look like the person it had been. It showed each of the injuries and diseases found on the skeleton by the forensics team and then reconstructed the woman. Rachel rather thought she looked a bit like a man and was quite disappointed. I pointed out that these woman were hard workers not a queen or royalty. She had to be tough to cope with the workload she did.
From here we headed back up into the sunshine and while we were waiting for ...
... are made here annually, not to mention their many other brands! By the end of the tour, we had a major sugar rush, which kept us in high gear for the rest of the day.
York is also home to one of the biggest cathedrals in Europe (York Minster), so of course, we had to see it. Rather than pay the steep 9-pound per-person admission (about $16), we opted to attend a daily service held in the afternoon, known as Evensong, which is free. ...