The Regency Central Hotel
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... reward for the hike was haddock and chips at Magpies which was delicious. We promptly regained all the calories that we had just lost. We then walked out onto the pier and witnessed the most beautiful sunset I have ever seen. It was an atmospheric end to a very spectacular day. Being surrounded by the ocean and water again made the experience that much better. Even though it was freezing, it was very much missed. The next day ...
... text from Andy to say they were packing up, everyone was through. Great to see Jenny and Ken.
It had been strange to be running the wrong way with the course change. I think Jon did his best to make it the hardest way possible keeping the coat to the end. Best way I know of bringing in the New Year with the Hardmoors family. Thanks to everyone who helped out and supported us on our merry way, especially Andy in Ravenscar with his Christmas cake to keep me going!
Started of the day at the local gym with Jo. Then back home for a nice breakfast. Off to Bridlington for the afternoon to see John & Trish. Had s nice lunch at Rags. It was very nice overlooking the harbour just down from the wedding venue. After lunch we went for a walk thru the old town where they have just finished filming the Dad's Army movie. Back home for some takeaway Thai then a early night ready for New ...
... featured mention of the first female Bishop (yay!) as well as the tragedies of Pakistan and personal prayers that visitors to the Minster had requested during the day,
It was a quiet reflective time, a time to sit still, amongst the hustle and bustle of York. Dinner was pasta and marinated salmon followed by the final episode of Death Comes to pPemberley (10/10 would recommend watching it on abc iview for free to those in ...
... of the city and for about another 300 years the city grew and prospered, then a bunch of Saxon invaders sent the Romans packing, deciding that the name was rubbish they renamed it Eoforwic ( mmm catchy ). Tramp another 450 years or so through history and the Vikings invaded and as we all know that was good old 'Ivan the Boneless' ( do we ? ). Of course as with other invasions they thought the city name was rubbish and renamed it Jorvik, now don't quote me but ...