The Black Swan Inn
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... The quay at Skinningrove is being renovated so the access to the beach is restricted and at one point we had this long sandy beach all to ourselves. We had set a marker on the sand and when the incoming tide passed the marker we set off again on the journey home. The first task was to climb the sandy base of the cliffs, a case of once we had started we could not stop as we would slide down again. Soon we were back on firmer paths and heading north.
... park near the bridge. The clouds had rolled over by this time but the walk was at a very pleasant temperature. The walk was great with the main sound being the river as it fell over rocks and waterfalls.
We followed the river Wharfe and the Yorkshire Dales Way into Grassington and then on to Green Wood about a mile up river. We then cut onto the road and followed this back into Grassington and ...
... Rouge with a coffee. This chap called Neil, who was also having a coffee, was happy to tell us all about Durham and its history, the bridge we were beside is called Framwellgate Bridge, and it's Durham's oldest, and...it's a Grade 1 listed building! We went back to the Hotel to fetch the car, then off we go for a cuppa and chat with Pat. ...
... of rain showers arrived so we used the conservatory as a shelter before walking under the umbrella around the formal gardens. The gardens were extensive and the area included a bird hide and a walk next to the pasture with meadow flowers as the main feature.
The Hall was built in the late 18th century as a family house and was used as such until the middle of the last century. In 1941 it was used ...
... as it allowed us to see the magnificent city in its entirety. Once we got off the London Eye, Terry hurried us over to the Thames River Cruise boat, and we jumped on. Therefore, within 2 hours, we saw London from both the sky and the river, which was great.
After the cruise, we made our way to the bus for a city tour. Our tour guide for the day was great and made us laugh a lot. Our first stop was Buckingham Palace-the ...