Another place on my want to visit list. I bet the camera was stuck to your hand all day! Lovely photos. Hope the wedding went well too.Lisa x
I LOVE Whitby. I recognise that first photo :- http://www.jo-throughthekeyhole.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/tunnel-vision.html
Haven't been to Whitby for years but it's place I like. Did you climb all those steps to the church?
I love Whitby. We were there in March and I blogged about it. It is a small world
A great post on a lovely day. You were lucky the weather here was foul! t'other Diane
i love whitby...we went there pre kids....luverly fish and chips!
I want to visit Whitby one day.
I do agree with you!!!We'd like to know more about your outfit please :)xxxxx
Thanks I was there 20something years ago, I stayed at the YHA near the Abby. Such a lovely place.
So that's where you put people who are having arguments we don't want to hear! Let's build one for the politicians. I don't think I can stand our electioneering until November. But WHITBY -- just the place to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the seaside or walk off a few pounds up all those steps. I have never been to the abbey though I have been to Whitby many times. It must have been all those steps that put me off.
oh i REMEMBER those long steps up to the church!
I love Whitby! Did you climb the 199 steps? Bet you had a great time:)
Whitby has special significance for NZers because of the Captain Cook connection. I enjoyed ambling there for a couple of days in winter years ago. I especially remember that my pyjamas matched the bed cover in the hotel!
English seaside at it's best - we used to spend holidays in a caravan at Flamborough Head, crabbing and sheltering from the rain...Whitby seemed quite exotic by comparison! x
We visited Whitby years ago - I loved it, especially the Abbey - very atmospheric!See you in two weeks time - off on our hols!
I love Whitby, and how lucky for it not to have rained while you were there with the weather we're having.
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