Lucid Stead by Phillip K Smith III, Joshua Tree, California
The Bar Convent, York
In a city with York's long and colourful history... it seems entirely in keeping that the oldest living convent in England (founded originally in 1686) should offer up rooms for visitors. These are housed in monumental redbrick Georgian premises that also contain a convent museum and a skylight-courtyard cafe, where breakfast can be taken at tables on a beautiful Victorian tiled floor.
The Bar Convent, 17 Blossom Street, York, North Yorkshire, YO24 1AQ.
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We have two large GSDs who have travelled with us every year camping in Yorkshire, to holiday parks in Norfolk, Devon and Cornwall.
Just got back from Winterton on sea £220 for six days
The Britannia Hotel group is a cheap night out, £29 B&B most nights and most hotels, but you have to take a chance on getting a decent clean room, some of them are not fit for dogs.
Also about the taking animals on holiday debate, I think that its important to remember going to a kennels or a catery is not a holiday for pets- its very stressful for the majority of them!
It would be nice if more places were pet friendly but I know a few bad owners do let the rest of us down, still you are much more likely to catch somthing from the unhygenic person before you than their dog :)
like lots of people in the uk i would like to see a article on pet friendly places to stay. and not just in the uk. we love to travel with our two dogs but finding pet friendly places can be really hard.
just a thought
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- Collecting lots of momentos and keeping them in a safe place
- Creating an online photo album and sharing with friends
- Keeping my personal digital photo collection to look back to
- Not really bothered about photos or momentos, the memories are in my head