Golden Lion Hotel
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... Davygate, Stonegate, Lendal, Colliergate, Pavement, The Stonebow, Peasholme Green, Aldwark, Andrewgate, Goodramgate, Feasegate. These are the full names; not Coppergate Street, just Coppergate.
Some names of localities just outside the old city - Bishopthorpe, Middlethorpe, Woodthorpe, Osbaldwick, Clifton Moor, Nether Poppleton.
Pick up our car and off to Edinburgh in the morning
... 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 ...
... games of 'Idiot' and a picnic lunch.
After checking into our hotel the kids were very keen to visit the Chocolate museum! Lots of tasters included and we all got to make chocolate lollipops.
Walked round the Minster, along the Shambles and got a sense of York.
Back to the hotel for a swim and buffet dinner.
... I had a great 2 weeks with them all. It was certainly challenging, but I have learned (well before now, but I forgot it along the way somewhere), that so long as I'm surrounded by good, happy people, I can work just about anywhere.
So after 2 weeks of my customer taking me all around North Yorkshire ("I just cant believe how big this county is!!" - What he would say to me ALL the time while we ...
... Trip to Jerusalem. The building itself dates back to 17th century but it was built upon older caves in which, according to some legends, the old brewhouse was situated where king Richard drank his last pint before going abroad touring Middle East. Some of the lounges of the current pub are in those very caves. Yes, I checked the quality of local ales and was satisfied :) A bit later I also inspected the other "oldest" inn in town, Ye Olde salutation in. It's more of a ...