Ox Pasture Hall Hotel
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108. Hardmoors 30
30 out of 4110.65 total miles
4.84 MPH 12.24 minute miles
1102m of ascent
113/194. 21st lady
822 Hardmoors miles done, 178 to go.
Once again we'd chosen a night in rather than a night out to celebrate New Years Eve and enjoyed the film Once ...
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. ...
... in Filey after a one night stopover at a lovely little historical pub called "ye olde mustard pot".Our stay in Filey was two weeks in a newish apartment overlooking a coffee shop, pharmacy and a Pub. Having decided to treat ourselves to a pub meal, we sauntered 30 seconds across the road and settled at a table. Ordering drinks, I commented that the menu mentioned that the Chicken Jalfrezi suggested you could have it on rice or chips? Yes said the unblinking barlady, a ...
... its original look. Pics 17-18. The history of York isn't complete without a note about the Viking era (Jorvic). I was taken with names like Eric the Bloodaxe, the last Viking King. Seems his reign was ended in the same way as did many of the Caesars- blood on the toga etc. Never trust your underling in political circles. How many of our political leaders have engaged in these tactics in your lifetime in Australia? History is never much different is ...