Following a street map, there is time to visit the Chapel of Mary Magdalen, also known as The Leper Chapel. It looks interesting. The medieval Chapel is grade 1 listed and has stood on the northern edge of the city for over 900 years. It has seen little change over those years. It was built about 1135 as part of a small community because it offered hospitality.
If you click on this to enlarge it, you should be able to read it.
Tim Barber has written a very interesting blog post about the Leper Chapel. You can read it here. Also in Wikipedia. I loved the simplicity of it, I could see me setting up home here. A kitchen in one corner, a toilet in another corner, and a bed in the third corner.
Then it was time to go back to the car. I needed to eat. A few more campervans have arrived. £2 for a 24 hour park, it is surely a bargain. The lady in the blue VW camper was good fun. Her mates arrived and they all went off to the town.
It starts getting dark about 9pm now. I was happy to go to bed at that time, after a busy day. Wonder what tomorrow will bring. I studied the map and made a plan. See you soon. Toodle pip. ilona