Opal 1 & 2

1-3 Burley Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, LS3 1JZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Last stop, Leeds./ Dernier arrêt, Leeds.

A travel blog entry by audreyy.k.

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Leeds, here I come! Finally, after months of preparing, many headaches and a whole lot of waiting, I made it to the city! I almost cried when the captain said "Welcome to Leeds." There was a girl from the uni there to welcome me, and she got me a cab. It's strange, at the airport you pay in advance, and you don't tip in the UK. I was stressing …

Last day in England

A travel blog entry by terry-christina

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We left our lovely York apartment around 11am and drove through the lush, soft countryside to Hull. Some farmers have harvested and rolled their first crop of hay already, the wheat is ripening and strawberries and aspasagus are for sale in the farm shops. As well, cherries will be early this year, but I will miss out. The roadsides and roundabouts are thick with flowers.

Our lunch in Hull was typically English - Terry had a bacon ...

A couple of nights in York

A travel blog entry by mortlipp

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... to find the info centre. On the advice of the woman in the centre we headed to the Minster for Evensong, which was amazing - a choir and organist and seats in the central section of the Minster for the service. We didn't know what to do with all the standing and sitting and praying but followed other's movements and managed not to do anything out of place. Our second and only full day in York Ron and I checked out the Newgate market and bought supplies for lunch ...

Wonders of Britain & Ireland - Day 10

A travel blog entry by gaeburnett

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... and I had a pint of Apple cider. Very nice indeed. After dinner went for a walk on the wall. Built of stone in the 13th century and found the grave of Dick Turpin - famous highwayman and horse thief. York Minster Cathedral was just amazing ...

A very English day

A travel blog entry by terry-christina

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... which is probably why they lost that battle and William became King.

Next stop was Yorkshire Lavender in the Howardian Hills near Terrington. The grounds and gardens were gorgeous, and there was a fantastic shop where I didn't buy anything. Unfortunately the lavender won't be in flower for a several weeks, but many other flowers were in bloom.

A few miles down the road was the magnificent Castle Howard, completed in 1712, and one of ...

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This hotel, located in the University area of Leeds, is near City Art Gallery, Leeds City Art Gallery, Canal Gardens, and Turk's Head Yard.
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