City Guest House

Address: 68 Monkgate, York, North Yorkshire, England, YO31 7PF, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 68 Monkgate, York, is near Church of St. Michael le Belfrey, The Rose Window, The Chapter House, and Merchant Taylors' Hall.
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        Travel Blogs from York

        First stop ....Wetherspoons!

        A travel blog entry by kirstytev on Nov 06, 2015

        3 photos

        ... feeling going to somewhere that you can't really imagine! I've looked at pictures for months of Vietnam and can't believe we will be there this time tomorrow! First stop is Ho Chi Minh city (formerly Saigon) which by all accounts sounds mental! I'm a bit concerned I may get run over crossing the road! There are even tips online of the best way ...

        A flying visit to York

        A travel blog entry by sueknox on Oct 30, 2015

        3 comments, 30 photos

        ... heart of York. I've since been told (by Di in London) that the Viking Museum is a must visit - I'll do it next time Di!!

        Back to London by train, I chatted with a young mental health student nurse - her family is from *****ia and she's following her mother's footsteps into nursing, but has chosen mental health because of the prevalence around her of those with mental health issues - she wants to make a difference!! Good for ...

        Did you say you're 101???!!

        A travel blog entry by sueknox on Oct 30, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... right next to the grammar school, and were offering their rugby field as an exchange. You guessed it, there wasn't much choice in the matter - the exchange took place and the cricket club moved - that happened within Dennis' memory, so if and when the Waltons from the 1800s played cricket, it would have been right next to the school. I've emailed the Knaresborough Cricket Club to see if they have any archives - you never know....

        Welcome to York

        A travel blog entry by cdresselhuis on Aug 06, 2015

        50 photos

        Catching a morning train, I caught a ride into the beautifully historic city of York today. The city itself was founded in 71 AD by the Romans and with that has come a rich and diverse history. York is actually a smaller city in England and it is surrounded almost entirely by a stone wall, with sections as old as 7 centuries old. This wall has been transformed into a walkway for tourists, however you need to be careful walking along the pathway because in some parts it is ...

        Amicable Split

        A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 13, 2015

        9 photos

        ... of an airport actually. It covered 22 buildings on a still-functioning airport, although it is no longer RAF Elvington. There was a large collection of aircraft, everything from Fleas, Gnats and Mosquitoes right up to Meteors, Spitfires, Vampires, and Harriers, as well as Mirages, Hurricanes and Tornadoes. Most of the buildings were dedicated to the squadrons that operated out of the airfield, including 2 French bomber squadrons from 1940-45. Unlike other museums, it ...