Bay Norbreck Hotel
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... out a bowl of 15 mussels atop some orange sauce. Sometimes my adventurous side gets the best of me, and this would be one of those times. I think I had the right idea but it was poorly executed. I have had mussels before and liked them but these were not of the highest quality. Oh well ya live and ya learn. Then we walked around the town and got to go on top of a wall that was constructed in 300 AD around the town. On that wall, ...
... hard work but since then it's been OK. It was wonderful to run down it and it felt like it went on and on. I knew there were 2 dips down to sea level before the road up to the hall. 2 guys ran near me and it was nice to direct them as they didn't know the route, great to be thanked for helping out. We had a little rain but not enough to put the waterproof back on. I wasn't looking forward to that final sting up to the hall as it always seems like a long downhill ...
Started of the day at the local gym with Jo. Then back home for a nice breakfast. Off to Bridlington for the afternoon to see John & Trish. Had s nice lunch at Rags. It was very nice overlooking the harbour just down from the wedding venue. After lunch we went for a walk thru the old town where they have just finished filming the Dad's Army movie. Back home for some takeaway Thai then a early night ready for New ...
... make fine chocolates filled with orange and apricot ganache. At the end the lady told mum and I to bag some extra as there were plenty- we didn't need asking twice!
We then went on a treacherous journey trying to figure out how to unlock my phone so we can use a UK sim to no avail.
Evening Song was the highlight of the day at the Quire in York Minster. The ambience of sanctity was incredible, along with the singing. ...
... will neiher confirm or deny that the free wine and mead tasting assisted in our enjoyment!If any town/village in England holds a place in our hearts and minds as a must see it would be York, even ignoring the " pay till you bleed" parking fees, this is one of those towns that we couldn't visit just once. Founded in AD71 by the Romans it was then known as Eboracum and named as the capital city of North Britannia. About 30 years later a wall was built around aproximately ...