Up St Edward's Street then, its been here for 800 years and the half-timbered houses stand on the old medieval burgage plots and the long, narrow gardens of the merchants' houses still stretch out behind.
First stop, one of the lovely gift shops on our way up the hill. Lots to be tempted by.
Around the corner, on Sheepmarket, I can't resist the bookshop. Its crammed with ancient volumes, new releases, local art and beautiful cards. A proper treasure trove. Up into the market square and the monthly Fine Food Fair and Collector's Market are in full swing. Today you can find yourself anything from a buffalo steak to a vintage eiderdown and pretty much anything in between. Look what came home with me today!
Just need to pop into the hairdressers to book an appointment before they fill up for Christmas.
Time to stop for coffee and cake at the Italian deli and watch the world potter by for a while.
And then almost my favourite bit of all - toddling off home and finding just the right place for a few new treasures. Thanks for coming along.
P.S Thank you to all you lovely bloggers who have sent your warm thoughts and wishes on the loss of our furry girl. I'm truly overwhelmed and appreciate each one so very much. Thank you for thinking of me and being so very kind. It's meant an awful lot to me xx