The Regency Central Hotel
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... of diversity and beauty and peace. Driving along, things whiz by and I understand that with no connection to the creation comes no understanding of it and little care about it follows. We have two feet but how little we use them, yet when we do what beautiful places we can go to, what wonderful people we can meet and what peace we can find. Looking out on a view so pretty it makes you silent and awestruck and in the vast space on a mountain, ...
... us. We saw no cliffs, or town, or anything much at all! The whole detour in the end had been pointless! We walked into Robin Hoods Bay at 6 pm and headed down the steep cobbled street to the slipway. The narrow street seemed very quiet, almost eerie. The tourists had gone and most of the C2C walkers had either got in the day before or earlier in the afternoon. Unperturbed we reached the calm grey water, pulled out the St Bees pebbles we had carried so so far, and ...
... but eventually to our left the moors gave way to dales, Great Fryup (seriously!) and Glaisdale. The walk from then on got better. We stopped at tea rooms as we walked into Glaisdale, then headed on to look at Beggar's Bridge. From there we took a short walk through East Arncliffe Wood along the Esk River into Egton Bridge where we stay tonight. With rain forecast for tomorrow it looks like we will be finishing as we started with a cliff top walk in the ...
... have improved dramatically. Much of the way has been along paved paths, built we learnt with the flag stones from demolished cotton mills. Today's path was wide and sandy, joining the old dismantled Rosedale railway all the way to Blakey Ridge. There were loads of people on it. A community marathon had sweaty tattooed creatures passing us regularly, then there were the cyclists, other trekkers, weekend walkers and even a couple of trail bikes competing for the ...
... st. Mary's church as it was close. Then went into a converted church opposite, now a bar and restaurant, called Piano and Pitcher. Very lovely to sit outside for lunch. Headed up to Nottingham castle where we spent an hour or more looking round the building and grounds. They have art galleries with a fairly eclectic group of paintings dating from 12th century to the present. I know which I prefer I think. Also some sculpture. Also some very ...