Holiday Inn Express York
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Since our last entry we've been making the very best of some lovely sunny weather.
Yesterday, Dad, Nico, the girls and I went to Clumber Park which is run by the National Trust and is just a few miles down the A1. We hired bikes for the afternoon and enjoyed the outdoors together. The park is a huge favourite of mine with a visitor centre, shop and cafe plus a beautiful chapel, follies, fords, and it's very own mini village. The main ...
Hello – it's me again. We’re in York after a late arrival with heavy traffic on the A1 after leaving Duxford, but lets not go there! Our hotel is located next to the old part of town. After the "Full Monty Breakfast" Greg wanted to check the car. Surprisingly the car was still there. So we started off on our day in York. I thought walking around the remaining wall of York would be a good place to start and as one of the wall gates is ...
... in York. I had no idea this city was known for chocolate but it turns out it is huge. Some famous chocolate bars were created in York such as Kit Kats, Aeros, and Yorkies. We got to design our own chocolate bars and of course eat a lot of yummy chocolate! I am very glad we decided to visit York, and wouldn't mind going back while I am here! There is so many places to go and so little time, so we have to pick ...
... scenes. It reminded me of the Haunted Mansion Ride at Disneyland, but without all the ghosts. It’s hard to imagine Vikings living in the very spot where I was riding 21st century technology. I picked up some souvenirs and decided to head to the York Castle Museum. Unfortunately, it began to sprinkle so I stopped in a pub called the Mason Arms to wait it out. It took 30 minutes to do so, so I never made it to the museum. I walked a little more ...
... down the stairs, one of those things where you're standing as you fall and you land on your feet. Yeah I'm cool.
Walked through The Shambles, which is a really narrow street between the old buildings. It was like walking through history. Although the illusion can be destroyed when you have to practically climb a wall to get out of the way of a car passing through. Ah well! It's an interesting combination of old and new!