Sheffield, a small yet beautiful town located in the heart of South Yorkshire in England. It is one of the greenest cities of England.
We started our trip with the visit to the 19th century Sheffield botanical garden. Then we visited the wheel of Sheffield. The wheel of Sheffield is a Ferris wheel with an approximate height of 60-meter feet, which give a ride to around 42 passengers in one go. It was dismantled in 2010. It is a famous landmark. As we were staying at B&B, nearby, we used to have our breakfasts at Z best cafe. Their servings are quite good in quantity.
The next day we did biking along the Hennepin canal state parkway. You can also walk, jog or do hiking around the historic canal. There are many artifacts and a fishing pond in the premises. Later we relished Chef’s Monica’s gourmet filet dinner at the Chestnut St Inn.
Peveril Castle has a ruined structure, but its scenic location makes it overall a wonderful experience. We took a deep well boat trip at the Peak Cavern popularly known as the Devil’s Arse. It is a totally natural cave. The ticket per person cost around $12. Kids of age 4 years and below are free. The old people should avoid the place. The music played was very soothing. They served mulled wine, orange juice and mince pies which added to the experience.
Although Sheffield is a tiny place, its restaurants and pubs are an attractive part for the tourist. We played pool at the Brothers pub. The drinks, pool, music, and ambiance are great, but they don’t serve any food items. We had drinks in Reds Bar and Grill. We loved the bread puddings and raspberry walnut salad. Do try pizzas and beef rolls at Bellucci.
The rock climbers must visit the Stanage Edge.