Saturday, April 05, 2008

Road Trip - York
















The next stop was York. Really beautiful city and no wonder there are so many B&B. Spent a few hours walked around the city and love walking around the city centre with small shops, but missed to visit the biggest train museum in the world because reached there too early. Visited the garden and York Minster.

Another Bettys outlet in York, interesting English tea drinking tradition with so many types of pastries and cakes offered. Bought some of the pastries and cake, and they really nice.






14 comments:

Sheena said...

It is a pretty city! Lots of history, lots of beauty, lots of interesting people with unimaginable stories.

Anonymous said...

Such beauty! Its great to see someone who takes the time to admire wonderful sights then takes a picture and shares it with the whole world! I am inspired.

Lyna Wan said...

Wow to the castle surrounded by yellow flowers. Very scenic

Josh said...

You've got some beautifully composed pics here. I like!

It's time to go for the DSLR. Now!

[danial][ma] said...

hej! sheena...yeah! beautiful city and so many beautiful things too! thanks for hopping by...

[danial][ma] said...

hej! anon...thanks for hopping by...it's a great place to visit...hope one day you'll be there too, and take some more pictures and share with the whorld :)

[danial][ma] said...

hej! lyna wan...yeah, it's really beuatiful castle on the top of the hill surrounded by yellow daffodils...

[danial][ma] said...

hej! josh...hhhmmm, will get one, any suggestions?

Josh said...

Get a canon. 400D is a good entry level DSLR. or u want advance level one??

[danial][ma] said...

hej! josh, i think advanced level better...heheheheh...

Josh said...

fuyooo... I use Sony entry level model only wo. But then, if u buy one advance one, we switch switch ah?

:: NbC :: said...

i tought u wanna wait 4 compact DSLR.. heheheee

[danial][ma] said...

hej! josh...hahahaha...me always advance...

[danial][ma] said...

hej! pinky...yeah! compact DSLR...:)

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