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Ferry is definitely the way to go to Europe (saves that long drive South plus cost of fuel) providing you can go out of season and early in the week (price doubles nearer Friday)
Very relaxed at both ends, Wait in the queue, have a sandwich lunch and tea in the van and be guided in by ...
... type stop of the day and we drove on to York for our final night of the tour! We went out to a really nice restaurant/bar for dinner. I don't think I've ever seen someone drink as much as one of the guys did on our tour that night in such a small amount of time! Even the bartender was impressed and gave him a complimentary special shot which he had never seen someone finish before and of course our guy did... Even ...
... deal. I imagine at times it will be so unbelievably different to anything I've seen before and at times depressingly familiar.....but I can't wait to drink it all in and live every second.
So if you want to see how the home girl fares in the Volunteer State strap in for the ride and I'll try and bring you the good, the bad and the downright ugly of the next couple of weeks as the Fearsome Four wind their way through some Southern Hospitality!
... a typical servants room and exhibitions. There is a really interesting photographic exhibition of people from around the world. This is more my cup of tea. I recognise a line of monks in pale pink robes and conclude that this reminds me of scenes in Burma when I visited in the nineties. I search out the index and find that the shot was indeed taken in Rangoon. There are also a number of Indian portraits, strong and colourful. There are peiple having fun at an annual festival ...
... constructed in the 18th century for its snob value: "Why don't you come and see my magnificent terrace with views of a ruined medieval abbey and classic temples?" There are two temples at either end of the terrace, a round Doric temple at one end and a larger oblong Ionic temple at the other. In between the two runs the terrace with fabulous views of Rievaulx Abbey below. The abbey comes in and out of view between the trees that are interspersed along ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed