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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Noir Clifton
Pleasant hotel with well equipped rooms, but very steep staircases and inadequate parking. Well located for sightseeing
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Wandered through the old town. Covered more than 10 miles. Many Victorian buildings and many old churches. One in particular St. Martin Le Grand, which was bombed during WWII was of particular interest as it has a magnificent 15century stained glass window. After the war the German Government donated a small pipe organ to the church as an …
... can spend some time both of her sons.
We all piled in the Focus for a ride up towards Leeds and dinner at the Hawthorne Farm, which does a carvery that has been recommended to us. We had a nice dinner, then back to the house for a while before we said goodbyes to Brian and Mo.
Seems like we just got here. On the other hand, seems ages since we got here!
... the second time I have been to Jersey with Paul and both times we have left the island just before the air show takes place, Next time we will plan better and make sure we stay for the show.
When we got to the airport, we saw the nine bright red Hawks that make up the Red Arrow Team from the RAF. We also saw, Hurricanes, a P38, Lancaster and others we could not identify.Our plane taxied slowly past where they were all parked, but ...
... the country, his scribes wrote down details of all the property and buildings and entered them in the Doomsday Book. The reason was that England was also under threat of invasion from Denmark, so William needed to know what financial and military resources he had at his disposal, in case of war.
Some unusual street names in the old city - Coppergate, Micklegate, Clifton Bootham, Walmgate, Fossgate, Shambles, Swinegate, ...
... stayed at many years ago which gave good distant views of the White Horse, on the York road. Then we set off for Manchester, with some diversions to the Yorkshire Dales, another awe inspiring part of England with now perfectly formed stone fences, and very pretty villages. We had lunch at Pateley Bridge, a pretty market village in the Dales. We moved onto Manchester enjoying the wonderful views, ...