Monday, October 18, 2010
Boy, I have been writing this blog for quite some time ... long enough to go through all our vacation photos and post two from each one. I'm going back to the beginning again, and this time instead of the best photo, or one featuring the family, I'm going to look for weird and wonderful buildings. This is Clifford's Tower in York, England. It's the keep of York Castle, which was destroyed and rebuilt several times between its erection in 1068 and the British Civil War of the mid-1600s. The mound on which it sits is artificial, so the Tower really stands out, especially as you wander the scenic city walls which wend their way through the city.