The Yorke Arms
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... is basically Viking for York. It tells of when and how the Vikings arrived and set up a village in this spot. The exhibition showed the kind of people that lived here and how they lived their lives. In a weird twist, you sat on a cable car like thing (inside) and it took you around the village with bizarre mannequins showing the village. Very weird, but extremely informative. No pictures of the tour allowed, but there are some of the exhibition. - The York ...
... glass and sculptures including monkeys around the boarders of the stained glass. We then went to the York museum, which was recommended by Lonely Planet due to the huge number of roman artefacts found. The museum contains items from the Bronze Age, to roman occupation, the Vikings and medieval times. A lot of the items have been found around burial sites. We then went for a walk around the streets ...
Today we had a long drive south to our last stop, York. We didn't have much time to stop along the way to see anything very exciting. The journey was made even longer by roadworks going on along the motor way. We had a quick stop for lunch before getting to York. Our main job for the day was finding a post office to send a box back to Australia with our shopping. We've been told that unless we ...
... course we needed to go in. After an hour of ferreting around we left and proceeded to the cathedral.
The cathedral is imposing and it bought back to me the detail of building a cathedral from The Pillars of the Earth. The cathedral does not allow non-paying visitors so we didn’t get to see inside but we did walk around the outside, which provided a view of the enormity of the building. Walking the perimeter of the cathedral we found ...
We decided to visit the Otley Cemetary because Paul could not remember how to find the gravesite of his maternal grandparents. This cemetary was started when the Parish church yard got full, sometime in the mid 1800's. The plots are sold for triple occupancy - you buy one plot and bury 3 caskets, one on top of the other. Barbara took us to the grave where Mable and George Hitch are buried wth their daughter Alice, who contracted ...