Best Western The Bell In Driffield
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I found the old-fashioned merry-go-round in the market square and I had my first experience of Hot Roasted Chestnuts in a paper bag - I was very happy!!! I sat and ate them while watching the merry-go-round kids' fun! :-)
Overall, I was put off by the commercial nature of York, although I do understand that everyone has to make money somehow. I wasn't there long enough to get through that veneer and find ...
Well our bags are packed and we are ready to go however we are a bit early!
30 October 2015 - travel by rail to London
1 November 2015 - Goa and India
18 January - UK
19 January - Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Mexico
16 February - Cuba
15 March- Mexico
21 April - Costa Rica
30 April - UK
... two nights at the Churchill Hotel where Winston Churchill once stayed. After checking in we ending up in a famous part of York called the Shambles which is a maze of lanes with different shops and cafes and found a nice place for dinner. The sound of the York Minster bells chiming on the hour was beautiful. On the way back to our hotel we realised that there was ...
Had a late start, caught up with bills, cash passport etc and spent some time with David going through our London trip. We went shopping to the designer outlet stores. Andy got a pair of sneakers and a nice sweater from Brooks Brothers. I got a pair of white ...
... five butchers' shops in the street but now there are none. Among the buildings of the Shambles is a shrine to Saint Margaret Clitherow, who was married to a butcher who owned and lived in a shop there. Although the butchers have now vanished, a number of the shops on the street still have meat-hooks hanging outside and below them, shelves on which meat would have been displayed. LJ told us this is where the word shambles came from, because you look down ...