Hexebella Walked Around Durham

Subsequent to my previous post on taking a break at Durham Marketplace, I continued my walking tour around Durham. I was enchanted by its old buildings and architecture, cobbled streets and some old houses. Most of the people roaming the place, I believe, were tourists like me who were exploring the lovely city. I found a footpath along the River Wear, it was full of greenery and the atmosphere so serene that one could hear only the birds chirping.   I also met a few joggers along the way. As I go further, I saw 3 teen-agers down the river bank […]

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Restless Feet on Break at Durham Marketplace Square

Feet weary and needed a break has found a place to stop for a while at the Durham Market Place Square. The place is a spacious square with benches and serves a meeting place or simply just to leisurely hang around when the weather is nice. I decided to stop and sit and look around the lovely old structures around me. A famous statue at the background stands at the center of the square. He is the Marquis of Londonderry who fought many battles, hence the statute is that of a soldier in a military uniform riding a horse. According […]

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Durham Cathedral

Durham Cathedral as the name suggests, is located in the city of Durham in Durham County. The cathedral is the icon of this lovely city which was built in the late 11th century. There are several trains that travels from Newcastle to Durham, I just can’ t remember which one brought me to Durham. I remember the Virgin trains and GNER, and that was in May 2007, could be by now there are more train companies that serve this route. Travel time is very quick, approximately 15-20 minutes. As I came out of the train station towards the street, this […]

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