The Goathland Hotel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... Running with a GPS means I can roughly work out miles between checkpoints but Jon's maths mean you can never trust any distance given so I always expect an extra mile or 2 for good luck.
More Christmas cake and a good cuddle from Andy. Andy didn't want to hold me up, encouraging me by saying I'd made up 10 places. I was quite happy to be held up by him, literally! On I went and down hill. The first time I climbed this hill heading to Ravenscar I remember ...
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 ...
... make fine chocolates filled with orange and apricot ganache. At the end the lady told mum and I to bag some extra as there were plenty- we didn't need asking twice!
We then went on a treacherous journey trying to figure out how to unlock my phone so we can use a UK sim to no avail.
Evening Song was the highlight of the day at the Quire in York Minster. The ambience of sanctity was incredible, along with the singing. ...
... which catered to both priests and nuns, it was laid waste by the Danes in 867. Eventual the ruins were rebuilt by an ex soldier turned monk. It flourished until 1540 when King Henry V111 ordered many such churches and Abbeys disolutioned. The ruins of the abbey were still an impressive land mark to many and are said to be one of the inspirations of Bram Stokers Dracula, standing in the ruins today you can very easily see how the imposing structures could inspire ...