Wednesday, 5 December 2012

From southwestern coast of Cornwall to northeast coast of NorthYorkshire

We took a short trip to North Yorkshire recently. We stayed in Scarborough, a Victorian seaside town.
Lovely town, even if it appeared a little tired.  There are multiple layers here, the High street with the usual High Street shops, art museum, and cafes and the seaside below with amusements, ice cream stands, tee shirts shops. The beach was quite wide and the harbor was bustling.

Fish and Chips are a specialty here.

View from our hotel

The weather was rainy our first day so photos are a bit hazy.
Scarborough is also split into North Bay and South Bay, we stayed in a hotel on the South Bay, above the town's famous victorian spa.

There are several large gardens that take one from the lower beach up to the town.

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