The Royal Hotel
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... I had chicken tikka masala. The locals have a very thick accent, which is quite hard to understand. Hull itself seemed a sad and rundown place, with high unemployment and many deserted factories and foundries. Apparently it is trying hard to improve its image, and had been named UK City of Culture for 2017. A lot of work needs to be done for that, but I hope they keep the rag and bone man.
We had some time to spare, but ...
... but would not like our chances without it given the vehicle restrictions inside the wall. Our apartment is the most luxurious of all places we have stayed so far, and just around the corner from York Minster. Ellen, the owner, has lived in Australia and a number of Australians have stayed here. She left us a fantastic welcome basket with cake, biscuits, Yorkshire crisps, blueberry chocolate and a bottle of wine. After unpacking we set off for a walk along part of the ...
Left Edinburgh this morning heading for York. Stopped at Alnwick to visit the castle the Harry Potter scenes were shot at for their quid ditch matches. On to York and went for a walking tour through e town then went for dinner. Had ...
... 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 ...
Local Expert took us on sightseeing tour,including visit to Edinburgh Castle walked the Royal mile ,saw the Palace of Holyroodhouse in the shadow of Arthur's Seat and the new Scottish Parliment Building. The GEORGIAN ARCHITECTUREin the new town A lot of sandstone buildings. Tonight Scottish dinner and Cabaret and tried ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking