The York Dungeon, relaunching Spring 2013 with 2,000 years of authentic York history, live actors, 11 shows and all-new surprises!
Yes…i will go.York is muito belo, its a rich city, full of aristocrats, the scarf wearing set in their red sports cars, or jetting about on bikes, ringing their bells for us pedestrians to dive away.
I don’t mind, my thoughts are aristocratic.
First i must plan the train journey, i won’t use a coach! The last time i was on a coach was with the ex, had to massage her feet the all time sat as we were, in a tiny nook in the shadows and such a noisy coach, worse than a zoo, at least the animals have a keeper to come change the straw.
No, it must be a train. I want to see the serial killer section, and the famous historical killers and how violent our past was of course were pretty violence now. Then…tea in a cafe, watch the world go by. Then off to see the cities voice.
Finally home on the late train, pushing past the drunks, the chavs full of shoplifting with their red eyes from the weed, dont want to stand up, slide in quick ‘sorry mate’ first come first served.
This is my plan for Saturnday, day of wine, nature, wheat, grape.