The paradise.". The staff are dressed closely to that era and are similarly attentive. I tried their hot chocolate which proved far superior to the version from the chocolate place yesterday.
Off to window shop and a brief break at home and then to the highlight of the day, York Minster. You've seen the outside so here is a little of the inside. Here is the rose window repaired after the 1980s fire.
We took a free guided tour and again learned much that we would have otherwise missed. Our guide explained the meanings in some of the windows and also about the sense off humour of the craftsmen who often added their own bits and pieces. This one shows a deer chasing a dog.
We also saw the markings left by companies. Thompsons make a lot of church furniture and are known as "mousy" Thompsons due to the calling card they always leave somewhere
Yes these bricks are over 1700 years old!
And so we needed some food, where to go? Our other favourite spot "The House of the Trembling Madness"! They had a plate of stew on special for £5 and you could not jump over it.