LOCATION: Lincoln, England
WEATHER: Miserable. Cold (high 30s) and grey
We had breakfast with the Yorkshire homeowners, and said goodbye to the dogs. They took us to the train station. This has been a great housesit,
After about 2 hours, we arrived in Lincoln. It is a very old city that we are anxious to explore. We found our B&B after trudging up a hill. It is not the greatest accommodation, but the people are very nice.
The Lincoln Cathedral is one of the city’s most famous landmarks, dating back to the 1100s. It is massive
This pub, from 1701, beckoned us in to warm up.
The bartender said it was a popular place in the 1700s, right outside the walled cathedral city.
We stopped at this pub, thinking it would be good for dinner, but they don’t serve food. Oh well, since we were there, we might as well have a pint!
DINNER: There aren’t any restaurants nearby, so we bought some spicy vindaloo from an Indian take-away and ate it in front of the Telly in our room.