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We leave Woodbridge and head to the coast visiting a couple of little towns along the way, Pretty scary roads but beautiful countryside. We make our way north and end up in Sunderland for the night which is on the coast. It raining and almost blizzard conditions when we arrive and very difficult to find accommodation, Eventually we get some and then rooms had to change because wifi wouldn't work, Enjoyed some nice fish and chips int he new ...
... that day was a climb to the Cook Monument suitably steep but stunning views of the Yorkshire Dales from the top. The small museum in Staithes was a must too - displaying an eclectic collection of local memorabilia (although the elderly gentleman on the front desk was perhaps the most interesting exhibit! Thirsk is where Alf Wight had his veterinary practice and where he wrote the series of country vet sagas under the name of ...
... most powerful English peer of his age, with political connections that went beyond the country's borders. He was one of the Yorkist leaders in the War of the Roses and instrumental in the deposition of two kings, a fact which later earned him the name of “Kingmaker”.
We had only planned to spend a short time at the castle before moving on to visit a National Trust home however when we arrived, we found out that ...
... very inebriated sat at a table next to ours. We didn’t really notice them too much at first as they were both very quiet when they sat down and ordered and we noticed that the lady had actually nodded off to sleep while waiting for their drinks and meal to arrive. The fun started when their drinks came out and the man saw that they had been given a glass of white wine each. He was not too happy in the least that his friend had ...
... spot, and especially enjoyed the flying fox. I was looking forward to visiting the seaside town where Captain Cook learnt his seamanship. Mummy and Daddy also told me that Whitby was the town that provided the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Whitby’s red roofs, the Whitby Abbey, the church with its tombstones and even the bats flying around the many churches all made an impression on Bram Stoker. Apparently, many ...