Queens Head Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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Today we went to Bowhill House but it was closed so we went to Hanestanes and played In the puzzle room and had lunch in the courtyard and then played in the playground.
Then we went back ...
Today we walked across the walls in York before we left. It wasn't raining but there was lots of rain in the night.
Then we went to a village called Hutton le Hole in the Yorkshire Dales to have lunch but then it started to rain.
We drove ...
... characteristic of water. Water formed a vortex here and a curtain there. It bulged with a meniscus in one place, and reflected off its surface in another. The hydrostatic pressure fountain took a long time to fill, and we spent the time listening to cruel parents telling their offspring that they wouldn't get wet if they stood right in the centre. Judging from the dampness of the floor where the children were standing, I guessed the parents were lying. They were, although ...
... walls in Britain. These walls are just over a mile long and after we had settled in we walked around them. It took us a bit over an hour. The rain had cleared by then an we had good views back down the coast. Fish & chips for dinner before settling in for the night.
Wednesday 6/5 - A very nice English breakfast at 8am then we headed off to Holy Island. This island was settled by monks back in ...
... the winter months. This meant that the only fresh meat was from the doocot during this time. With the introduction of the turnip as winter feed there was no need to mass slaughter the livestock and hence fresh meat was also available during the winter. This meant that there was less reliance on the doocot and it's use gradually reduced. We decide to take the scenic route back to camp and head towards the coast. It's not as scenic as we'd imagined as there is still mist ...