Oakwood Hall Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shows some of the original ruins of what once stood there (some dating as far back as the Norman and even Roman times). Thumbs up for this place! Now it was time to check in and dry out! When leaving the hostel to see one more sight, I discovered the rain had stopped. Yay! - The final place was the National Railroad Museum. I am not in any way a trainspotter (though there were some there). However it was really cool to see a variety of old and new trains. Some of ...
... It has some spectacular stained glass windows. The Great East Window is currently being repaired. It contains pictures from the book and genesis and revelations. There is a special area where you can see some of the windows which have been fixed, close up. The detail on the glass is amazing. We took a guided tour which we found very interesting, especially having all the small details in ...
... the box at 2kg, it's going to be expensive to post the box back home, so we'll see how that goes! We are staying at an apartment just 5mins from the centre of york. Tonight is fireworks/bonfire night at we have just finished watching a spectacular fireworks display from mums bedroom window. Even while I'm writing I can hear more fireworks going off in the distance. Tomorrow we have the day in ...
... wall gates is opposite our hotel.
Its an incongruity, how does a historic town like York remain an historic ancient town and still remain a modern city for it’s citizens? A tricky thing to achieve and York does substantially achieve it.
After climbing the historic city wall steps at the gate I looked over to one side and saw 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th century ...
... is always good to be back at home where the heart is. Once again i have outdone myself with the planning and organisation although i suppose Exodus deserve some praise for that also. The most rewarding part for me though, is having travelled around what could be classed as a potentially volatile country and nothing like the European cultures of my past trips, without any problems whatsoever. It certainly gives me more confidence for future ...