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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... as I remember. Thanks again to Mum and Dad for being our taxi and our tour guides.
A yummy take-away curry for dinner followed by games (of course) completed another lovely day.
P.S. We also saw an amazing street artist who earns a living by creating these masterpieces in the street and collecting money from passers by. The finished one we saw took him nine months to complete (see photo) and he was just starting another one....so cool. ...
... the size of ours in Denver with an active First Day School. There is a door between the meeting room and entrance hall which allows for lots of chatter in the entrance without impacting those settling in for worship. Everyone meets for the first 15 minutes. Then the children leave and any latecomers enter so there isn’t a continuous flow of latecomers. The rooms are carpeted which dampens the sounds of people moving ...
... close. In some ways I've never felt more content in my life. I've reconnected with old friends, new friends I feel like I've known for years and I've never been closer to my family. And just as I'm feeling comfortable it's time to shake things up again! In just under 4 weeks time I'll be on a plane somewhere between here and Australia having said "see you in 7 months" to all those important people. In fact you're probably the ones reading this, ...
... to the #2 spot. The Archbishop of York is second only to the Archbishop of Canterbury.
With this long religious history, York Minster was first on our list of sites to see. This beautiful Gothic church building had started in 1220 and it took 250 years to complete. A one-hour guided tour taught us that the Minster had survived two fires. The first fire in1829 was deliberately ...
... city. Most of the city is covered by a wall, which one can walk around the city on. After crossing the River Ouse, which was quite idyllic we headed for the York Minster. The Minster is very majestic and enormous. I'm always fascinated that these intricate cathedrals were built over almost 900 years ago. We had a quick look inside the Minster and then proceeded to The Shambles.
The Shambles is a famous street in York, where back to almost the 14th century ...