Days Inn Wetherby
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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York is beautiful For being such a small city that even I could not of pointed out on a map it is incredible. Iv learnt a few things travelling the UK, the main one being that hidden gems are not in the tourist cities, London, Liverpool, Manchester. My favourite parts of the UK are Bath, Bristol and ...
... York, we are staying at the YHA, amazing hostels. They are a chain of youth hostels. They are very clean, have allot of resourceful people. And very welcoming. They are like staying at a hotel, kind of They are a hostel, but because of being a world chain they have standards. Past 11 we have to be let in. Reception, very secure. Clean showers, duvet like blankets for sleeping. We have to strip our beds at the end of our stay but that's fine! I originally thought if a hotel ...
... then headed over to Cliffords tower.
To get into the tower – this is a ruin anyway, you need to climb up lots of stairs. At the top is the entrance. The bottom of the tower had a gift shop, and various posters displaying life in the tower. Then you could climb to the top of the tower and see the views of the area. I did this, took some pictures and then went back down. After leaving the tower i crossed the river again, on a bridge that was now ...
... I did the original ghost walk. It was fun, lots of stories. We saw the tower (Clifford tower), explored some of the streets of york, got told some more stories and then the tour finished. Aft er the tour i headed back to the hostel via the pub – the artful dodger, i had a drink and then headed back to the hostel. I tried to use the WiFi again, still not working, so i went to the room, did some reading and went to bed.
... and the fencing was stone. We arrived in a town called Hawes and got out for a wander and discovered that it was market day. Mervyn found out where the market was and we went and checked it out. Too late to see any stock being sold but it was still being picked up, lots of land rovers and utes with these stock trailers on that are very common over here lined up waiting to go in. The yard café was full ...