Wheatlands Lodge Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWheatlands Lodge Hotel York
Had a lovely meal and drinks in the court yard
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Down the the M40 motorway, 6 lanes of traffic and our first stop is at Oxford for a coffee and stretch the legs. Guess what, no hassle at the checkout everyone speaks English.
Continue on to Stratford upon Avon, Avon being a river where we have a group photo for the tour and a couples photo as well with Anne Hathaway's cottage in the background.
Left in the car alone at 1.00 pm. Kathleen has a hen party today so I am going to drive down to London and meet her at Heathrow tomorrow. Arrive at Premier Inn at Pontefract at 8.00 pm. Just in time to watch the end of the Champions League final between Barcelona and Juventus. Barcelona win of ...
... off the following: - Walk along the top of the Roman Wall - St. Mary's Abbey ruins - gardens of the Lendal Tower - Kings Manor - Minster view - Robin Hood's tower at the 'corner' of the Roman Wall - the market - Barley Hall - the Shambles JR and I had a delicious meal at a place called Prezzo, complete with a prosecco for him and a Prezzo Royale (prosecco w Chambord) for me. Another early evening (we're old, honies) and tomorrow, we leave England for our last country: ...
... lane (where we took some pictures) Parks, lakes, the suitcase monument and much more. Our guide for the tour Susie told us lots of interesting fact about the Beatles and how it relates to the local features mixing in songs and we all sang along. An hour later the tour was over and we set off for York.
On the drive to York We were given a bit of background information on what to expect (Ghosts & Vikings) and how our day would run. We then played another ...
... and going through the harbour mouth (as usual, the tide was out!) Every other shop was a fish and chip shop: Charlie counted 10 in one block! Whitby's most famous adopted son was the explorer James Cook (this is where he first went to sea) and given the role he played in the discovery and mapping of the South Pacific, including New Zealand and Australia, we felt it only right that we should visit the Captain Cook Memorial Museum, which ...