CEA London Overnight Excursion to Yorkshire

by Paul Joseph on March 22, 2013 · 0 comments

CEA took our London program on a weekend trip to Yorkshire. Within Yorkshire we went to three different places, the city of York, Fountains Abbey, and Haworth.  First we went to York Minster, a cathedral in the center of York.  Inside York Minster you could light prayer candles! Beautiful stained glass windows adorned every facade of the Minster. The York Minster Orb that displayed the history of York Minster inside it.  Musicians playing outside the Cafe Rouge greeted us before lunch. All the streets in York are so quaint and filled with tradition!  In the center of York’s square they had a lit up ferris wheel! The next day, we started off by visiting the ruins of Fountains Abbey, an ancient monastery. Friends and I inside the Fountains Abbey ruins We then visited Haworth, the place where the Bronte sisters grew up and lived their whole lives.           The moors that inspired Charlotte Bronte’s Wuthering Heights  Me in the middle of the moors! It was a breathtaking view and so windy! Cailin Burke is the CEA MOJO in London for the Spring 2013 semester

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