Category Archives: Real Ale

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Cardiff Trip

We had cause to visit Cardiff – Jackie had a morning meeting – so we went for five days.  Using this trip to relate miles out and days stayed, if we ever go to New Zealand we’d have to stay … Continue reading

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More Yorkshire Art

This blog has been going on and on, so this is the last of our August trip to Yorkshire – a little compressed. After leaving Hull we spent time at Cartwright Hall in Bradford where a new Hockney gallery has … Continue reading

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Moved by a bridge, and some beer.

A day in central Hull started with a trip on the new Scale Lane swing bridge.  Its a tourist thing – no barge was coming but they open and close thew bridge whilst people stand on it.  That’s the kind … Continue reading

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Daytrip to York

Park and Ride made getting into York easy and much quicker than the bus.  We drove north and west from Hull, skirting Beverley and climbing over the Downs, sorry, Wolds before dropping into the Vale of York at Market Weighton. … Continue reading

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Spurn Point.

A sunny day for a slow drive east towards Spurn Point.  We paused at the village of Paull to look west up the Humber towards Hull. Saltend oil terminal is nearest, Hull is just the soft blur beyond.  The upright … Continue reading

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Going to Hull and more.

We left Brighton about 7am with Marian driving and Jackie navigating – a route we had planned carefully several days earlier, mainly avoiding motorways once north of London and the Dartford crossing.  Arrived on the outskirts of Lincoln about 11am … Continue reading

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Three days in an open top car.

Day 1: Horsham to Burley via Hinton Ampner and  Winchester.  South to the A272 – a delightful road on motorbike (I had one once, and 50 mph on a winding but broad road feels great) or in open-top car.  One … Continue reading

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