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... home of the Bronte sisters. The parsonage museum is very interesting, it's quite eerie to stand in the rooms that Charlotte slept, lived and wrote in, and there were some very touching family items such as her wedding bonnet and a cap made for the baby she was carrying when she died. I think I have my summer reading sorted as I really want to revisit the books I loved as a child now that I've seen the places where they were brought to life.
On Monday we went to Chatsworth House ...
... 20 each. The trip took in a short stay for a roadside spice presentation, a visit to the Annandale Falls, the Crater Lake and then St Frederick's Fort before calling in St The Great Anse beach. We returned today the ship at about 1pm or thereabouts, had lunch in the Waterside restaurant then chilled out on the sun deck for an hour or ...
... the Audi station wagon and it's the bomb. Best cat I have ever driven. The drive to leeds wasn't too strenuous and we got here at about 2.30pm. Just about sunset in this neck of the woods. Dinner in an old pub tonight and then off to Edinburgh tomorrow which should take about three ...
... the bus arrived, but Hjalte would definitely had won that game.
We arrived at the castle about 1 hour later. It was much bigger than we had expected. The castle was very majestic and so was the garden. We even saw a pyramid standing in the distance in the garden. We walked up to one of the entrances and to our surprise we walked right into a huge flea market, meant for charity. They sold all sorts of weird stuff like blinking hats, hammers and ...
... were sheep on the side of the road and was quite lovely.
Passed through Rievaulx and saw a wonderful Abbey ruins. Stopped at a lovely village called Helmsley - one of the biggest "Market Towns" in the North - had lunch sitting outside at the Royal Oak Pub had a little walk around, then back into the car.
Then we drove through Sproxton, Ampleworth, Oswaldirk, Gilling ...