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York is beautiful For being such a small city that even I could not of pointed out on a map it is incredible. Iv learnt a few things travelling the UK, the main one being that hidden gems are not in the tourist cities, London, Liverpool, Manchester. My favourite parts of the UK are Bath, Bristol and ...
... Italian dinner on The Shambles (this street is amazing!!) and lunch at Betty's tea room. Betty's is a 3 level tea room in an old Tudor house. The floor is barely level and it felt like the building was leaning to one side but the cakes and food were amazing! Well worth the 40 minute wait on the stairs to get a table. ...
... my walk along the walls. I walked past the station, then the walls ended at the river. I walked across the bridge and went into the nearby gardens. In the gardens there was a ruined abbey as well as the Yorkshire museum. This museum told the story of York from under the Romans to the present day. There was lots to see here, lots of Roman artifacts. I explored this museum for about 90 minutes then left, walked back out the garden and then returned to the hostel.
... and headed along the main street into york itself. After crossing the river i turned off and went to the York dungeon.
The york dungeon – much like the London dungeon, a tour type thing, with actors, lots of history, interesting. I did the tour and ended up in the gift shop, then left. I picked up some lunch at a Tesco and wandered around eating it. I walked up the shambles – small street with lots of old shops. I ...
... I was feeling much more confident and happy that I was working right where I should be.
So at the end of my 2 weeks, my customer, his Dad and I, drove to York, where I planned on spending at least a few nights. We met up with the regular carer, all had lunch together (very civilized!) and then they all walked me to my hostel and hugged me goodbye.
"But I'm not ready" - Of course I was!!!