Best Western The Bell In Driffield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We arrived at York and walked around town.
We walked down the 26 butchers shops street called Shambles.
We walked around the old castle walls. It was fun.
We walked around the York Minister church and then went to the Railway museum.
We saw the 1st train to reach 100 miles ...
We arrived in York and we settled in.
Then the next day we walked around town and we went to a railway museum and there where a ton of old trains there.
A lot of them where for the royalties first class trains.
They had tables, beds and all the normal house things in it.
Then we walked around the city walls.
The second day we drove to Clifford's tower. It ...
... in the Railway Museum.
We loved the view from the top of Clifford's Tower and learnt more about medieval castle life.
We went to a fabulous park/playground for the kids to run around in.
The flying fox was a huge hit, they must of spent about an hour just pushing each other and laughing so loud.
It was beautiful ...
... saw the Shambles, the most popular street in the UK apparently and it is gorgeous. Wandered the shops for few hours then headed home for a rest before hitting the local Indian restaurant for dinner on Heidi's recommendation which was yummy. Spoke to Jack, had a good training session today then hit the shops which I suspect he hated! Off the Whitby in the morning for a look see then a game in Marske. Only 2 games to go plus a Father vs Son game, should be fun! And very ...
... out why the rooms were so cheap, but when we got inside it became clear. It was a bit like a cheap motel inside (clean but a bit out-dated). Of course no entry would be complete without a mention of the food! We had traditional English fish and chips for a dinner on a park bench in Chipping Norton. Quite nice, although Jo, Mo and I all thought the chips were a bit soggy! I think we have tried most typical English food now, but will try to have a Devonshire tea ...