Cathedral Close, Exeter after a light meal at Cote, my current favourite brasserie. We crossed towards the cathedral, just because, and had a peep at this view.
Then turned along the green.
The lovely building on the left is Mols Coffee House, dated 1596.
We were heading back to the car, but I lingered long enough for some pics in the early evening light.
Then over the cobbles and away home.
With the Royal Clarence Hotel, supposedly the oldest hotel in England, in the background.
I’ve posted views of Cathedral Close before, by night but without the lamps and also by day. I quite like the golden glow that illuminates this one though. Join in the http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/01/11/lights/ here.
Ailsa was expecting a photo of my city for her travel theme challenge so I’m back with a second post and I hope this doesn’t disappoint!
Mols coffee house was built in the sixteenth century and on the left, The Royal Clarence, is reputedly the first hotel in England and of course its haunted! It’s a lovely rambling place that I have been to for conferences and has a Michael Caines restaurant. The Cathedral is across the green behind me.
Ailsa is here and there are some stunning photos this week.