The White Rose of York decorating the bridge
Flowers were blossoming and the spring sun greeted everything under it with warmth. The temperature was good enough not to take my winter coat in early April- a contradictory in most of the season even in the summer months.
We set off to this lovely city via train from Ulleskelf to York. My friend lives in a nice village near Tadcaster that’s why we started from there. Continue reading
The photos show the view from the cable car suspended 169 meters from the ground. It was an exciting yet nerve-wracking experience for me as I am not very much fond of being elevated.
From above, you can enjoy the aerial view of Matlock Bath and surrounding places. When you reach the top of the hill, you will have free access to the following:
- The Great Masson Cavern
- Great Rutland Cavern and Tavern
- Victoria Prospect Tower
- Tinkers Mine Shaft; and more
The ticket costs £14.50 for Adults. Check the website below for more information.
What to See and Do
Sample of Lead with traces of Silver metal mined at the Great Masson Cavern, when it used to be a mining pit some 300 years ago before it had been a site for Fluorspar excavation
Edinburgh’s skyline from Calton Hill
Captured using AF 70-300 mm Telephoto macro lens
Roundhay Park is situated in Leeds, West Yorkshire – a stunning 700 acre of parkland, woodland, lakes and gardens. The park is also dubbed as one of the biggest in Europe.
Part of my literary tour when I visited Edinburgh mid-July this year
The majestic tower as seen from Princes Street
The Scott Monument towering the city’s skyline is over 200 ft which was built in commemoration of Sir Walter Scott. Continue reading