Summer’s end at Whitby
Posted: 24 Sep 2008 @ 00:00
AMID the fading glory of our Indian summer, there is no harm in one last look back over our shoulders. And I am looking back to Whitby, where we spent a happy week.
Whitby — an outpost of rusting boats and crumbling abbeys — can be found on England’s north-east coast. It sits north of Scarborough, south of Middlesbrough, and is the home of Dracula — for Bram Stoker wrote it here, amid the seagulls and the beach that comes and goes.
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