The White Swan Inn
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Since our last entry we've been making the very best of some lovely sunny weather.
Yesterday, Dad, Nico, the girls and I went to Clumber Park which is run by the National Trust and is just a few miles down the A1. We hired bikes for the afternoon and enjoyed the outdoors together. The park is a huge favourite of mine with a visitor centre, shop and cafe plus a beautiful chapel, follies, fords, and it's very own mini village. The main ...
... from many eras of history. Chris and I didn't have any experiences, but Chris really wants to stay in one of the four rooms at the Inn some time. I couldn't leave York without having Yorkshire pudding, so that's what I had with some Bangers and Mash for dinner. Yorkshire pudding is definitely not pudding whatsoever. It's more akin to a fried bread/pastry/dough thing. It was good.
All in all, it was a perfect day trip for us, and a wonderful time.
... of York is Betty's. Betty's is a famous tea room in Yorkshire which has queues outside the doors in weekends. Luckily we manage to wriggle out way in and obtain a spot. The service was fantastic as was the experience however my GF brunch and cake was a little sad.
The rest of the time we do a walking tour - of which I did not take a lot in other than bits about York being used as ...
... colored stone - everything - houses, shops, stone walls - all radiate the warmth of the Cotswold stone. Adding to the picturesque nature of many buildings, a number are topped with thickly thatched roofs. The town is known for its beautifully intact “Market Building,” constructed in 1652 where farmers sold their wares, and for the equally well-preserved, 500 year-old St James Church. There are more than 200 historically registered structures in this quaint ...
... many stately homes around here. Next day we caught the train(it was meant to be the steam train but it was out of action) to Whitby where of course Captain Cook came from. It is a very lovely seaside town,but unfortunately the weather 'turned' and it was et and cold so we caught the bus home. That was fun as it was a double decker bus and of course we had to sit up top which gave us a brilliant ...