Seaham Hall Hotel and Serenity Spa
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... br> Another small site that only takes 5 vans at a time, there are hundreds of them to choose from but some have no power and some have no toilets. Add to that that some do not open over winter we are a bit restricted but there re still plenty. The facilities are not 5 star, but they are usually clean and well cared for. The big advantage is that they are quiet and secluded so large families rarely use them.
... has one of three Transporter bridges in the UK and it has a fantastic shopping area. Other than that it is a city in decline which is undergoing "Urban Renewal" so it is not very interesting. It was a major fishing and trade port but all that is changing. The EU is not very kind to the UK with it's petty rules and regulations.
Friday was a walk to Whitby on the ...
As dusk descends, the promised monsoon rains have not quite materialised but it is cold and very windy. It's good to know we will in hot and sunny climes quite soon.
Luggage is nearly packed. Judith has been scouring the shops for suitable light clothing and we have vast quantities of medical items including insect repellents and malaria tablets.
No room for the cricket bat I'm afraid.
... his new wife stayed there for their honeymoon in a pub called the Wheatsheaf where we had a beer.
From there we went to the Aysgarth Falls and then on to Hawes which seemed to be the centre of the walking part of the Dales with lots of clothes and hiking shops and an extraordinary number of pubs for such a small village. Hikers must get very thirsty.
Hawes is the birthplace of Wensleydale cheese. It was ...
I am sure I wrote an entry recently but it seems not so this is a bit of a catch up.
Since we arrived here we have been to a few places. Richmond is a small town about 6 miles away from us and is worth a visit. We have been 3 times but only for short visits. Went to Darlington to see the rail museum which was closed the first time but went back yesterday and had a look around. ...