The Holly Lodge

204-206 Fulford Rd., York, North Yorkshire, England, YO10 4DD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from York

Yorkshire Terriers & Yorkshire Puddings

A travel blog entry by johnjeed

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... surround the city.

York is located at the junction of the Rivers Ouse and Foss. York has a rich heritage and has been in existence for 2000 years. The city was founded by the Romans as Eboracum in 71 AD. It became the capital of the Roman province of Britannia Inferior, and later of the kingdoms of Northumbria and Jorvik.

The day was spent exploring the city. There are a number of well touristed areas. The city offers many ...

Things can only get better!

A travel blog entry by craigandrea

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... and there was a room for us! We have (reluctantly) moved in and it appears OK. Apart from the lack of Wi-Fi and even cellular. As an aside we have struggled to get decent cellular all over UK, and I have never had 4G. Anyway, a quick glimpse of the Minster and we are ready for bed! Have to say a HUGE Happy Birthday to Mary (as it is the 9th in NZ). A trip round York tomorrow, some washing and off to Sunderland. Good ...

Goodbye Scotland... Hello England!

A travel blog entry by jsafnuk

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... followed. Back outside and on our way to the castle museum we were surprised by some heavy rain! Of course we didn't have any umbrella so we ran through the streets looking for public washrooms. Once we found them a lovely lady gave us some garbage bags to use and we continued to the hostel. After drying off we ate our leftovers, the fresh fruit and some local chocolate we had purchased ...

York Terror Trail

A travel blog entry by clarkefamily

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There are quite a few "ghost" tours to do in York - I guess being such an old town it's likely that there may be 'ghosts' or at least stories. We chose the York Terror Trail as this departed and returned to a cute little pub that is said to be haunted.

This tour, however, wasn't about ghosts. It was about a lot of the terrible things that have happened in York throughout the thousands of years.

Our first stop was at The Shambles - that ...

York Minister, Shambles & Medieval Walls

A travel blog entry by smittee

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... and the church oozes of history; most such churches were, got rid of by the Victorians, the church does not have electric lighting and the gardens were lovely with beautiful spring bulbs, it is worth a visit to this lovely church.

We headed for Betty`s Tea house, we waited for 15 minutes in a queue and we finally got a table in a corner near the kitchen area, which shook each time the waitress passed to other tables. We decided ...

Location

This hotel, located on 204-206 Fulford Rd., York, is near York City Walls, Rowntree Park, Yorvik Brass Rubbing Centre, and Breadcrumbs Trail.
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