The White Swan Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... home of the Bronte sisters. The parsonage museum is very interesting, it's quite eerie to stand in the rooms that Charlotte slept, lived and wrote in, and there were some very touching family items such as her wedding bonnet and a cap made for the baby she was carrying when she died. I think I have my summer reading sorted as I really want to revisit the books I loved as a child now that I've seen the places where they were brought to life.
On Monday we went to Chatsworth House ...
Quite day in York with everyone else now gone. My dorm now is just myself and another girl who keeps to herself. It's boring without other people. Went for a walk around town and found the markets and disney store then headed over to see the Clifford Tower and the York museum. Not a very full on day, just a quite one plodding along before heading up to ...
... in England, The kings arms, This bar is located right on the river and has been completely ruined by floods more than once. It's a cosy traditional english bar, we sat around and drank pints of York lager (the bar only serves lager and cider made with York) After the bar we headed back to York minster to see the choir, all boys ages from 4 to late 60's the sound was impeccable. It was an amazing experience I would highly recommend it to ...
... It's just so beautiful. Went for a walk around town and saw the Shambles and York minster. Once back at the hostel I met a few new people Brendan from Melbourne, Max from New Zealand and Daniela from Chile. We all went out for dinner to the pub down the road and to another pub for 2 for 1 drinks. Was a brilliant night, lots of laughs and great company. I'm loving this Hostel ...
... of the Conservative Party at one point?). It was a super smooth, and super speedy trip thru to York - apparently we were travelling at 125mph -that's 201.168 kmh!! On arrival in York we jumped on the Open Top Bus Tour and learned a lot of York's long history. We popped in to the Minster (largest collection of medieval stained glass), wandered through York's pretty streets, ambled down the Shambles and had a very nice sandwich AND A FLAT WHITE in a dinky wee deli. ...