Aaron Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... was a family trip to the viking city of York. We took advantage of the excellent Park and Ride arrangements and arrived very effortlessly at foot of the Castle - attractively round and very cosy (according to my mum!). The views of the city from the top were fantastic. Then we were off to the Jorvik Viking Centre. The 40 min queue proved very worthwhile as you are treated to a feast of information delivered in a really entertaining and interesting way. Just like the ...
... show pilgrimage to Yorkminster and throughout the minster we see St. Peter and his keys to heaven. The keys can be found all over the Mninster. On our tour we also were taken into the Choir and shown the beautiful pipe organ and the Screen of the Kings outside- depicting Kings of England from William the Conquerer to Henry VI.
After the tour, we went down into the undercroft of Yorkminster. Yorkminster sits on the same site that was once a ...
We woke this morning to a sunny, cold (5 degrees) day. After dropping off our parcels at the post office (we both packed more than 2 kg so that was an expensive visit!), we walked into York We first visited York Minster, consider on of the largest medieval church's in Europe and is the second highest office in the Church of England second only to Canterbury. Work began on the church as it is now ...
... cake. The experience was most enjoyable with brilliant service by staff dressed in early 1900's attire and made better by the company I was with, (MDW). It was well worth the wait. After another lap around York we settled into our hotel room which was very nice. A room in a 500 year old building full of Ye Olde charm. We then ventured to the hotels bar and I had a few cold beers with some fellow travellers. One gentleman ...
... to a local vet named James Herriot.
Once we arrived at Middlethorpe Hall, it was like driving up to Netherfield from Pride and Prejudice. The best feature about this B & B, was that it is now owned by the National Trust. This means that all profits (outside of upkeep) go to charity. So not only is the National Trust preserving this amazing ...