The St. James' Hotel Grimsby
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A two hour traffic jam didn't stop me from pressing my face against the car window like a kid at a candy store. England is beautiful. I can say with 100% certainty that this is my rose colored glasses speaking but I am so happy to be here. Just beyond the motorway (which is very small compared to motorways in the states and rather large compared to "motorways" on STX) are miles and miles of land that are seemingly cut into parcels. Green grass forever.
It was brisk ...
... amp; each time we seek outside for answers we question our own knowledge. We are present, We are knowing, We are Inner Vision is the way forward. On our way out of the gardens 2 butterflies came to visit resting on a tree in front of us. A red admiral & finally a cabbage white butterfly.
After such a beautiful day I was drawn to ground in the information from the gardens by doing a ceremony in my parent in laws garden. A perfect East ...
... in between attempt 1 and going back packing. Went around to see Tracey and Stuart so I could say goodbye. Came home and had dinner. Fissioned packing, and then Grandma's brother came around to say goodbye. Spending the rest of the evening doing very little again. Chance to catch up on here for example. Will be watching at least a bit of the German Grand Prix tonight. And then early to bed and hope for no storms ...
Good day exploring Lincoln. Only drawback ... such steep streets. Climbed our way up to Lincoln Cathedral and Castle. Originally built in the time of William the Conquorer (11th centuary) when he wanted the two built so close because he didn't want to walk too far to church from home!!
The town is built by a pretty river/canal in a deep valley. It was a real gem of a place. Had lunch with Robin and Stella on a boat restaurant. Enjoying fabulous ...
... around York : not much to see. A late lunch at a place called The York Roast Co. : WARNING WILL ROBINSON : don't do it again! I think we paid 20 pounds for a plate of roast beef, Yorkshire puds and a few roast veges - just the one plate mind!
Then driving through the rain until we reach Hull where we check into the sanctuary of the Holiday Inn, dine in and an early, wet, rainy night for us!