Tuesday, 9 February 2016


Images from our visit to York back in October 2015. We spent two nights there which was plenty time for us to explore. We made a half-hearted attempt at following the cat trail but abandoned it in favour of just wandering. I'm sure there's much we missed, but we visited the main tourist sites including Clifford's Tower, Jorvik and the Minster. Standing in the long queue to get into the Minster afforded plenty of time for photographs. We also enjoyed a little bit of shopping - not too much though, I'm not much of a shopper! If you are,then there is an amazing variety of shops to visit.

I've still a few more Yorkshire pics to sort and share. I'm getting there!


Mac n' Janet said...

We really like York, thought it had one of the best museums we'd been in.

Mereknits said...

Such a lovely place to visit, thank you for taking us along.

Teresa Kasner said...

I totally enjoyed looking at all your amazing photos of that fabulous place. Thanks for sharing!
((hugs)), Teresa :-)

acoastalplot said...

I think we had a family trip to York when I was a child (I remember waiting in a queue for an extremely long time) but I'd love to go again. Your photos are fabulous. Thanks for sharing them.

Penny said...

I just adore York, love your photographs, and recognise many of the places. I have never spotted the little whale though, will need to look out for it when I next visit! X

Amy at love made my home said...

What a wonderful time you must have had! I adore that water spurting whale! xx

Mrs. Micawber said...

So much gorgeous visual texture. Love the faces in the carvings, and the mouse hiding in the - is it wheat? That's a pretty steep mound! I'd love to visit York someday.

Hope you're all doing well, Anne. How is teaching?

Jacob William said...

Greatful and nice blog, Thanks.

Laura S. said...

I hope you plan on returning at some point!


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