The CB Inn (Charles Bathurst Inn)
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No prizes for guessing that this entry is also a list of our recent walks. I'm starting to feel like I'm describing the same chocolate cake over and over, so I'll keep this brief and send my next entry from overseas. Wednesday 23 March Today we met up with Matt and did a splendid walk from Muker at the northern end of the Dales. Unfortunately an X- …
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Fire. After my first unsuccessful attempt to get the gas heater working I finally cracked it on Monday. I think it was just the igniter that wasn't working as when I cleaned up the contacts it lit straight away. The fan heater is good but a bit noisy. We had one in the motor home last time, but this van would easily be twice the size in area and the little oil ...
... has one of three Transporter bridges in the UK and it has a fantastic shopping area. Other than that it is a city in decline which is undergoing "Urban Renewal" so it is not very interesting. It was a major fishing and trade port but all that is changing. The EU is not very kind to the UK with it's petty rules and regulations.
Friday was a walk to Whitby on the ...
Today, Sa***************ed off to Hawes. As usual the day started with a wrong turn and we went clockwise instead of CCW on the round trip.
First stop was Bolton Castle. It was closed, but we knew that so just looked at it from the car park. Mary Queen of Scots "stayed" there when Elizabeth the First took the throne.
From there we went to a small village called Caperby. It's claim to fame is that James ...
... near the Ure river and is in the valley, so it was originally called Urevale or Yorevale. After hundreds of years it finally passed into private hands as the monasteries were under attack by Henry VIII. At one stage it passed into the hands of some Marchioness, who thought it would sound better if she lived in a French sounding estate, so she changed the name to Jer (Yore) Vaulx (Vale). What a pretentious little Marchioness she ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Golf Course