It's about the last weekend here at the Abbey until finals, and then I'll spend a few days in London before flying back to the Northwoods.
I'm thinking of a leisurely weekend away, somewhere.
I could go to Durham. I hear there's a lovely cathedral and that it's a good place for walking. I haven't been yet.
I could go back to York. York is incredible, AND there's a big Christmas market I could wander through. But maybe crowded?
I could go back to Norwich. Norwich is friendly and fun, and great for walking. But I was there only a couple of weeks ago. (I still need to post up about my trip to Norwich some more!)
So where should I go? (The folks who suggested Norwich before did a great job, and I trust you may have other ideas.)
I've been to:
Dublin (and a bit around Ireland)
Wales (Llandudno, mostly)
The Lake District
Burghley House and Stamford
I'm totally game for a tiny town or something different, so long as I can get there and back on public transportation and there's a warm-enough place to sleep.
I'm also getting near the point where I'll prioritize where I want to go while I'm in London.
So far, I'm planning to revisit Westminster, Paul's, the Banqueting House, and the British Library. Other places I should aim for, especially things I haven't yet? (I know a lot of places are closed for winter, but I'm here now.)