Sibson Inn Hotel
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... we arrived the chances of parking the bike somewhere and never finding it again was pretty high. We arrived on the outskirts of York at around 3.30 in the afternoon and although there was plenty of light left to explore we decided to stay the night at the Travelodge nearby and spend the next day in town. It was only a short ride to Morcombe the next day and we wanted to spend as much time in York as possible as we had heard there was plenty to see and do.
... and surrounding buildings which dated back over eight hundred years. The wind was still blowing with a vengence but it was nice to wander the streets and take in the beautiful heritage listed buildings. We took some photographs and found a lovely little pizza place to have a light dinner and a wine before settling into our accomodation once again at the Travelodge. A good nights sleep and a repack of the panniers was planned before heading further northward the next day.
Today we went out for breakfast then went shopping for Ian's party food, we then spent the afternoon preparing the food, Dinner was cooked by Bob on the barbecue, luckily the weather was suitable for outdoor dining. The night was long but very enjoyable. It was lovely to catch up with our ...
... better to write about than a three month trip to seven* different countries?
I'll outline my plans in a later post very shortly. I'd be very happy to hear from any fellow travellers; either those who are planning a trip of their own, and those who have been to (or even live in) either North, Central or South America. Any advice or comments would be great, and I'm also looking for similar blogs to follow myself.
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... prefer fresh from markets. It doesn’t get any fresher than eels being killed to order on the spot – they were dispatched by cutting off their heads and then, in the next knife stroke, they were expertly eviscerated and, still wriggling, given three partial downward cuts and then parceled up. Nearly every form of marine life is consumed, and we noted the fish were invariably rather small.
A wide range of delicious cheeses is ...