Park Manor Hotel
Travel Blogs from Scarborough
It was Geoff's turn to plan our walk and we starting in Lastingham, a lovely village and parish with a population of 96 people. After parking the car and donning our walking gear, we set out past one of three holy wells in the village dedicated to three missionaries from the 7th century. (See the history at the end of this blog to get a clearer perspective of the men for whom these wells were named.) These wells ...
... of mud and puddles - and we found them! Fortunately, we had the right gear so we ventured forth for a pleasant 2 1/2 hour walk.
Peter had a guided walk map and even though the article was 10 years old, we found it was accurate. Only at the end did we need to make a slight adjustment to get back to the car. The scenery, as always, was beautiful. This time of year the morrland is monotone and nothing is ...
I'm not quite sure how you're supposed to introduce your first blog. I thought "Welcome to my blog" sounded a little bit boring, and "Hey there!" sounds a little too cheesy. Anyway, my name is Sheree Barker and I'm 21 years old (until 20th March). I live in the small but lovely town of Scarborough (or "Scarbados") in England, and spent three years studying at Newcastle University where I gained a 2:1 degree in English Language. So now here I am, like most other graduates, ...
... need to take with me, as I imagine that certain toiletries may be better quality in England than China (and vice versa!) The second hardest part has been packing a years-worth of my life into two cases, without tipping the scales over the 46kg allowance (it sounds a lot, but it really isn't for a girl like me who packed a whole car-full of belongings for one semester of University.) Fortunately the visa delay meant that I had to rearrange my flight to the ...
Just like when we were leaving for Pocklington, the train lines were again delayed. After Claire's Mum and Peter drove us to the station we realised that our train was 40 minutes delayed, then we had to travel the second part by bus and then finally the third part was so slow that again we were running two hours behind schedule upon arrival in London.
And there is the end of Christmas- now New Years to look forward ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting