Cave Castle Hotel & Country Club
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... Davygate, Stonegate, Lendal, Colliergate, Pavement, The Stonebow, Peasholme Green, Aldwark, Andrewgate, Goodramgate, Feasegate. These are the full names; not Coppergate Street, just Coppergate.
Some names of localities just outside the old city - Bishopthorpe, Middlethorpe, Woodthorpe, Osbaldwick, Clifton Moor, Nether Poppleton.
Pick up our car and off to Edinburgh in the morning
... Karen will only walk to the top of another cathedral if we can go last and climb at our own pace. We will be lucky if there are other cathedrals to climb though. Great views of York and even to the dales in the north. We walked the city walls of York too, not the whole way round but the ones behind the Minster. Another lovely dinner at our hotel in the grand dining room, feel a little underdressed in our traveling clothes when we sit at the beautifully set table with ...
Well our grand travel plans haven't started as we'd hoped; the sale of the house is dragging on and we don't yet have a departure date. So instead of leaving London and embarking on our 8 week trip, we're having a short break in York.
Train trip from Kings Cross to York started with a visit to Platform 9 3/4 at Kings Cross and then ...
... songs. So we hung out there for a while, had a drink and enjoyed some music. After a while I went for a walk to try find a camera repair shop. I found a place and showed them the problem, and got told I'd have to get the lens replaced and it would cost me £150!! Woah. No thanks! Maybe I can get it cheaper in another country or something.... (Wishful thinking!) Will have to make do with the little camera for a bit longer! I went back to the ...
... there. It was fascinating. I learned just how patchy my English history was - 200 years of Viking Rule I hadn't known about!! York at that stage was known as Jorvik. There was a big archeological dig which uncovered evidence of this and the museum is built on the site, a glass floor covered a scale model of the dig which was done in the late 70s, there were all sorts of interesting video loops and displays around the walls and then we went on a ride through a viking village, we ...