Another great place to stroll on an evening and take in the views is by Captain Cook’s Monument. I have been three times now so thought I’d share its beauty. The monument stands 324 metres above sea level, 18m high, over looking Great Ayton and is easily accessible from Guisborough forest (Read about HERE) and Roseberry Topping (Read about HERE).
This post is a little different to what I have written about so far. I guess my first “life” post. -oooo serious- nope, not at all. This post goes out to my fellow DNA, the ones who fart and burp one after the other and I’m not sure if I’m bursting with pride or bursting with disgust.
York’s a lovely little place rich with history and culture, as well as attractions and various eateries. With lots on offer it’s a great day or weekend trip.
We arrived later than planned. You know how it is, slept in a little ’cause i was up all hours doing uni work, throw a child in the mix and then waiting an hour to get parked and things are delayed. Ah well, what can you do? So 3pm rolls around and we finally get out into York centre.