Friars Carse Country House Hotel
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This ride was quite lovely as well (or so I'm told, ...
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... fact that we may
seem to be going east when we want to end up west.
The countyside changed. Out of the hills and dales we came onto the flatter land
of the Yorkshire Wolds. (What exactly is a wold?). We were booked into a B&B near
Brough and found it eventually. The Keepers Lodge, near Grantlingham. That was
lovely and again we were made very welcome. After getting a quick meal in a nearby
pub we set off to wander around and to see the Humber Bridge. ...
... for a longer period of time and did a boat cruise on. Urquhart Castle overlooks Loch Ness and we explored that before our cruise, I love seeing all the old castles and imagining how people lived back then. It blows my mind how ancient they are. The cruise on Loch Ness was fun, I didn't see Nessie though. Their is a £1 million reward for anyone who takes a photo of the Loch Ness monster... I was pretty convinced that Nessie was going to pop her head up and say ...