Premier Inn York North West

Address: White Rose Close - York Business Park, York, North Yorkshire, England, YO26 6RL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on White Rose Close - York Business Park, York, is near The Hospitium, The Wacky Warehouse, York Central Library, and The Bars.
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      Sunshine - omg !

      A travel blog entry by robinstride on Feb 09, 2015

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      The alarm went off at 7:30 and breakfast at 8 (what an amazing spread) followed by a walk down the hill to pick up the skis - followed by yes - the walk up the hill !! Here we go - skiing time !! 2 hours later and we have skied half the mountain round to corchevel 1650 verdons, crux, pyramide. Lac ariondaz, marquis - all blue runs but great to get back into ...

      3:43 a.m.

      A travel blog entry by robinstride on Feb 08, 2015

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      ... chatted to our new friends We have a really good group of people. - it's going to be a good week The sun left us this afternoon for low cloud and a very light caster sugar sprinkling of snow but it's great to be here Evening meal chalet style was great - good food starting with sparkling wine and canapés and good chatting round the table Early to bed though at 10pm (we have been up since 4am ...

      Beautiful York, England

      A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Sep 26, 2014

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      ... England. York was one of them.As is true throughout Europe every fortification, palace, or castle built before about 1300 was built of wood, thus none of them remain.

      The interior of Clifford's Tower, above, erected in the 13- and 1400s. Today, Europe is chock full of stone churches, palaces and castles from the 1300s on, while nothing of the sort remains before that time. This is so because beginning about 1300, gun powder came to Europe from China. ...

      'Ey up, lad!

      A travel blog entry by sadfanboy on Aug 09, 2014

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      ... up some lovely nut brittle and headed back over the river to check out the National Railroad Museum.

      It was a bit of a walk through the tunnel that runs under the train lines but the NRM is worth seeing, especially if you are a train enthusiast. The main building houses some great examples of old train engines, including the Mallard, which holds the world speed record for steam locomotives (over 200kph). There is a great cutaway of a ...

      York to Cambridge

      A travel blog entry by canddosborne on Sep 22, 2013

      ... stories the trees could tell, and see a Green figure running about in the forest hiding in the trees. Shame the tree needed supports for it branches but then if I was over 600 hundred years old, I' d need support too.
      We changed bus drivers back to Ian for the London leg and headed down the motorway and into Cambridge, the university city. A city of ...