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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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... can spend some time both of her sons.
We all piled in the Focus for a ride up towards Leeds and dinner at the Hawthorne Farm, which does a carvery that has been recommended to us. We had a nice dinner, then back to the house for a while before we said goodbyes to Brian and Mo.
Seems like we just got here. On the other hand, seems ages since we got here!
... the second time I have been to Jersey with Paul and both times we have left the island just before the air show takes place, Next time we will plan better and make sure we stay for the show.
When we got to the airport, we saw the nine bright red Hawks that make up the Red Arrow Team from the RAF. We also saw, Hurricanes, a P38, Lancaster and others we could not identify.Our plane taxied slowly past where they were all parked, but ...
... the railway station to see the steam train ready to depart for the trip to Whitby. We had decided not to do the train and drive instead, a decision we were happy with later in the day. Drove onto Goathland, site of the now famous BBC TV Series, "Heartbeat" which we both love. On the way we were blown away with the gorgeous views of the Yorkshire Moors, ablaze with the purple heather. Felt like we ...
Today is Boxing Day, a holiday for most people in Great Britain. In previous centuries, it was the day that the gentry gave servants and tradespeople presents, money and sometimes parcels of food (leftover from the Christmas feast) and the servants got the day off to go see family (since they never got Christmas Day off !). They boxed up everything to take to their families and that's how the holiday came about. I understand that now it is a busy ...
... always been revered, usually because they were so rare. So after the invention of the printing press, the event that spawned the production of all these books in the Minster Library, wouldn't people still have thought of books as rare and precious and not to be written in? I know people today who refuse to write in the books that they themselves own.
Alice says there's not really a disconnect. Many books, probably most books, ...