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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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We leave Woodbridge and head to the coast visiting a couple of little towns along the way, Pretty scary roads but beautiful countryside. We make our way north and end up in Sunderland for the night which is on the coast. It raining and almost blizzard conditions when we arrive and very difficult to find accommodation, Eventually we get some and then rooms had to change because wifi wouldn't work, Enjoyed some nice fish and chips int he new ...
... Local buildings were used for the series and boy do they build up their tourist trade on this somewhat flimsy claim to fame! Oh and I forgot, Goathland station also transported Harry Potter to Hogwarts,! A little north of Staithes is a funny little 'seaside resort' of Saltburn, complete with stunning cliffs.. This probably had its hay day in the Victorian era - it is certainly awash with Victorian era terraces etc. Remaining now ...
... graphic film showing the detonation of nuclear bombs and the affect it has on the surrounding area. The film answered a number of questions Kate and Roy had about nuclear warfare and we are sure this will lead to many more questions from them in the weeks to come as they process what they saw and learnt today.
Tomorrow we will say goodbye to Great Ayton and travel north up to Scotland where we will spend the next six days or so.
... pot. We later found out that the majority of people only catch them for fun but some have been known to keep them to eat. We can't imagine that you would get any meat out of them as they are so small, perhaps we are spoilt from the mud crabs we get back home.
We took our time venturing the alleyways, visiting numerous shops selling various items from the usual souvenirs and clothes to other more interesting things such as local ...
... spot, and especially enjoyed the flying fox. I was looking forward to visiting the seaside town where Captain Cook learnt his seamanship. Mummy and Daddy also told me that Whitby was the town that provided the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Whitby’s red roofs, the Whitby Abbey, the church with its tombstones and even the bats flying around the many churches all made an impression on Bram Stoker. Apparently, many ...