Birchfield Guest House

Address: 2 Nunthorpe Avenue, York, North Yorkshire, England, YO23 1PF, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 2 Nunthorpe Avenue, York, is near York City Walls, Bar Convent Museum, Yorvik Brass Rubbing Centre, and Priory Church of the Holy Trinity.
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      Sunshine - omg !

      A travel blog entry by robinstride on Feb 09, 2015

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      The alarm went off at 7:30 and breakfast at 8 (what an amazing spread) followed by a walk down the hill to pick up the skis - followed by yes - the walk up the hill !! Here we go - skiing time !! 2 hours later and we have skied half the mountain round to corchevel 1650 verdons, crux, pyramide. Lac ariondaz, marquis - all blue runs but great to get back into ...

      3:43 a.m.

      A travel blog entry by robinstride on Feb 08, 2015

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      Why is it that when you need to get up to go somewhere and you set the alarm you always wake up just before the alarm goes off I had set the following for 4am - mobile phone alarm - television alarm - wake up call !! At 3:43 I woke up so just as I got into the shower world war three broke out and every alarm known to man went off - good morning Donna !!! Lol !! 1/2 hour later and we were at ...

      York Minster and Jorvik

      A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 13, 2014

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      ... was intending to redevelop the area, and before doing so allowed a team of archaeologists to dig down around 30 feet through centuries of local history. After an introductory area that includes the glassed-over remains of three Viking houses (you walk over them), a monorail of little cars transports you through a reconstruction of the settlement, while a voiceover describes what life was like. It's very well done: some of the life-like figures' ...

      Not New York, Old York

      A travel blog entry by gengibar on Jun 16, 2014

      ... provided a great soundtrack as you walk along the cobbled streets. Also in York one of the local Church organisations provided to the local people living on the the streets a cooked meal. As we wandered through the Museum Gardens in York, we got the joy to be greeted by squirrels again. As much as we, the tourists love them, the British seem to rue them deeming them a pest. I just enjoy watching the skittish little creatures dart here, there and everywhere over the garden ...

      Hadrian's Wall

      A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Jun 02, 2014

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      ... Scotland in the light rain.

      The road went down through the Northumberland National Park, then we turned off to visit Chesters Roman Fort, which is the best preserved cavalry fort in Britain. The bathhouse is amazing, 2000 years ago they were having hot and cold steam baths, with all the plumbing. As well as that, they built bridges and forts. But, when the Romans left, all that stopped and just ...