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Favorite thing: This photo was taken in January when its not so warm but any time of year its nice to spend the early evening going for a stroll along the sea front or to the harbour to watch the waves come in and the world go by. Before you know it you'll have a beautifull sunset and a lovely image to take to bed.
Written Feb 5, 2005
Favorite thing: This should come near the top of any "must see".
It's a glorious art deco building that has been wonderfully restored, and it's a real delight to attend the premier of an Alan Ayckbourn play there. The theatre is in-the-round, so no member of the audience is ever more than about 25ft from the stage.
We like second row aisle seats (B14 and B15 are our favourites!) because you're close to the action without having the actors tripping over your feet.
Upstairs is a standard cinema.
Fondest memory: Fondest memory: As 2003 became 2004, we walked along the Esplanade (the promenade along the top of the South Cliff) while gorgeous, plump snowflakes drifted down. The lights of the town were twinkling in the bay, and the waves susurrated below. Total magic.
What do we miss? We drive for two and a half hours to get there on Friday evenings, and two and a half hours to return on Sunday afternoons, and in between, we just miss Scarborough.
Written Jan 8, 2004
Favorite thing: As you enter Scarborough to reach the front the Valley Footbridge can be seen overhead. This footbridge links the town centre, with its shops and grand hotels, to the Spa complex.
Written Oct 31, 2004
Fondest memory: When I was a kid I used to love the Donkey Rides. Very tame these days, it seemed a very excitng passtime as a 6 year old ;-)
Updated May 27, 2003
Favorite thing: The North Bay of Scarborough is less developed for the tourists but the views across the sands to the castle ruins on the hill above the harbour are lovely - even with threatening rain clouds above.
Written Nov 4, 2004
Favorite thing: Sun sea and sand, a handy VT guide and friend, what more could a girl want....well chips on the beach of course...a great British seaside tradition!
Written Nov 4, 2004
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