Solberge Hall Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Last day in York. We walked along Bishopthorpe Road towards the city. We passed the old Terry's Chocolate factory. This beautiful building is now being turned into offices and flats, the land is being redeveloped for housing and the estate is called The Chocolate Works, rather apt I thought, I wonder if the houses will look like chocolate boxes. We visited York Minster which is the largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe. It has the ...
... to get out for a wander to find it about eight cars pulled into the carpark. As it was a very small carpark and we nearly filled one end of it we decided to move on before we got jammed in. There was nowhere else to park unfortunately so we didn't get to see whatever there is there to remember that dreadful day. With so much open countryside in that area what an awful coincidence that it should drop out of the sky over the only built up ...
Arrived in York after an uneventful 3 hour journey from Beadnell. Camp site is very quiet, only about 10 or so caravans and motorhomes. The site is a 2 minute walk from York Racecourse and on a national cycle route. It was a bit of a culture shock to see so many people after the quiet of Northumberland. The city was heaving with people. It was a beautiful sunny ...
... know what to expect except their free wifi is only free for 30 minutes, oh well £3 later and we get 24 hours supply of network. Need wifi to do the travel blog.
She said: I don't believe it (just like Lennon says it) would you believe this is the first market town where I have bought nothing, absolutely nothing. Not even for the grandkids. Nothing, zilch, zero, get the message. Boy am I ...
Our Scotland adventure has begun. First stop will be York. Seven years ago we visited York and this time plan to see a bit more of this historic town. We found our hotel before 11am but were made very welcome and offered tea and cake by the staff. After finishing our cuppa we started to walk towards York Minster, we had only walked a few metres when I felt something wet and slimy between my toes. Hopefully I had walked on a snail ...