Best Western The Bell In Driffield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... not appear dripping from any of them :( we also visited Bakewell to sample a Bakewell pudding (yes it's different from a Bakewell tart).
Today we said goodbye to our wonderful hosts and drove into York to catch the train back to London. The Viking museum of Jorvik is fascinating and the 'Shambles' is unbelievably quaint and cute.
Tomorrow I get to experience the great British railway system up close and we will be visiting Kings Cross station and Platform nine and three quarters ...
Quite day in York with everyone else now gone. My dorm now is just myself and another girl who keeps to herself. It's boring without other people. Went for a walk around town and found the markets and disney store then headed over to see the Clifford Tower and the York museum. Not a very full on day, just a quite one plodding along before heading up to ...
After watching everyone wake up with massive hangovers, surprisingly I was hangover free! Thank god! We sat around for a group breakfast before heading to see the inside of York minster. The outside is spectacular but the inside is breathtaking! Once we (Daniela, Brendan, Max and I) got inside the minster we decided to climb the tower. What's 275 each way right? The climb was okay but hard its a steep spiral staircase that is only shoulder ...
... the York Minster (largest Gothic church in Britain), and the town itself. Of all the places we've visited in Britain so far, this is the only one we want to come back to when we retire :) For our evening's entertainment, we went to the Golden Fleece, the most haunted (and slanted) pub in York. We made friends with 2 new English couples while listening to an English band play the Beatles and Johnny Cash songs. What a wonderful ...
... tour of York. Roy, our volunteer guide obviously loved York and explained its history with great enthusiasm. We braved the cold to see the remains of the roman fort, the medieval wall, and then visited the Jorvik Viking museum. This museum includes a Disney like ride through the reconstructed village that was discovered when they excavated a site in York in the seventies.