Ibis Leeds Centre
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... polish beer (shout-out to the ancestors!).
The following weekend Avery and I met up with some of her classmates to stop by the 41st annual Steel City Beer and Cider Festival at the nearby Kelham Island Museum. (Note: Sheffield used to be a huge steel manufacturer and most of it was produced in Kelham Island). There was even a live band (of the brass and horns variety) that played the Jurassic Park theme song. Weird, but awesome.
Lastly, we attended a festival ...
Our holidays always seem to begin at Wetherspoons! Got dropped off by the in laws at the train station to start our adventure! And my bestie called in to see us off! Thanks so much dawn!! Pint of Guinness before the train to Manchester airport! We are so excited! And a little bit nervous to be fair. Not just for the 15 hour (!) flight either! It's such ...
... stopped and asked for my ticket. Ah, so a donation is not enough here - so I headed out into the sunshine again.
The Minster (C of E York cathedral) is an intimidating building - I also wasn't happy to pay a chunk of money to go inside. Constantine's statue got me thinking about what it was like to live here in those days. Headed for my comfort zone next - The Shambles!!!! Yay!! After my own heart! Then I found Little ...
... for another cup of tea and tall stories, we decided to go out to the Halfway House which, I assume, is located halfway between some other places. We have had good meals at this pub before. We all enjoyed our meal, but I had the best Cumberland sausage ever. It was probably a foot long and all rolled up on a bed of mash. Yum.
Barbara, Brian and Maureen were so impressed with the food and service they booked for Christmas Day dinner already - at about $110 per ...
... Vorticist painters were obsessed with abstract lines and geometric patterns. Emerging just before the war, the movement was profoundly affected by the horrors of conflict. Percy Wyndham Lewis, one of the artists featured, turned to painting portraits with tired, emotionless faces, claiming that all emotion had been drained by the war. The paintings, like his "Praxitella", tell the story of a spent population, left numb and cynical by the terrors suffered during one of ...