There's nothing tourists like better than an English seaside town, and Whitby, in North Yorkshire is quirkier than most. Here you can taste some of the freshest fish in the county, (second only to Guernsey mackerel) and have an argument while you're at it...
I've always had a fiery temper - it must be the French blood in me - so I couldn't resist taking this photograph whilst doing some research across the border recently.
Could it be that quarelling was a Yorkshire pastime? The truth, it seems, is a little more mundane. Yard is the ancient word for an alleyway, and this one was built by a certain Thomas Argument who, naturally, named it after himself. He built five cottages off the yard, most of which still stand today.
Sounds like Mr Argument had a fair bit of wealth - as well as a sense of humour. And who could quarrel with that?