Holiday Inn Express York
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... odd village and farm houses.
We arrive at our hotel the Novotel at around 3:30pm then do a walking tour of this old Roman and Viking town which takes about 2 hours.
At 7pm we have drinks at the hotel bar which is included in our stay followed by a buffet welcome dinner.
A night cap at the bar with our friends then retire for the ...
Left in the car alone at 1.00 pm. Kathleen has a hen party today so I am going to drive down to London and meet her at Heathrow tomorrow. Arrive at Premier Inn at Pontefract at 8.00 pm. Just in time to watch the end of the Champions League final between Barcelona and Juventus. Barcelona win of ...
... my left arm and leg. Lucky me.... Smelling like a brewery for the rest of the day, and without any of the fun of drinking it first. We landed in York at 3:00 pm and, after a Starbucks, walked the five minutes to the Travelodge. No recommendations for this place - I plan to write a negative review on TripAdvisor since this place basically sucks. Clean enough, but sucks. Taking the Rick Steves guidebook with us, we did a power walking tour on our own following Rick's outline. ...
... it was a brilliant performance, and we gave him a good tip, because we came away with a lot more knowledge than we went in with. The baths themselves were a bit pathetic actually. The villa on the Isle of Wight was far bigger and more intact.
We had time for a bite of lunch (we're having a lot of paninis here, but they are generally bloody good) before getting back to the bus stop for Stephen's solo outing. This is his story:
It was big, about ...
... Bessemer invented a quick and cheap process for turning molten pig iron into steel in the 1850s.
The first church built here was a wooden affair in the 680s before the arrival of the Vikings. The York "Minster" was the title given to churches established during the Anglo-Saxon period as missionary teaching churches. After the collapse of Rome, it was the Irish monks, St. Patrick most notable among them, who "Christianized" England and large parts ...