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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... have improved dramatically. Much of the way has been along paved paths, built we learnt with the flag stones from demolished cotton mills. Today's path was wide and sandy, joining the old dismantled Rosedale railway all the way to Blakey Ridge. There were loads of people on it. A community marathon had sweaty tattooed creatures passing us regularly, then there were the cyclists, other trekkers, weekend walkers and even a couple of trail bikes competing for the ...
We had a lovely meal last night at the Golden Lion and rested comfortably overnight. I discovered that I have a drug dependence. Sad at 50 but there you have it. For the past 48 hours my feet have been burning and throbbing. The constant trauma to the soft tissues over so many kilometres has taken a toll. Stopping the antiinflammatories was the issue so I restarted them last night and it made all the ...
... York is quite flat and we seemed to be able to see all of England from up there; including what one would consider the new cathedrals of England, huge power stations (at least 3) visible on the distant horizon. Check out the pics.
We our day was rounded off with a late lunch in a posh Italian(?) restaurant housed in a colonnaded Romanesque building. We ate pizza because we didn't want to afford anything else...but enjoyed the cool ambience.
... Magna Carta and the Castle and it was all fasinating. Ice creams were next then a look round the beautiful Lincoln Cathedral. A great day was had by all.
Yesterday, Dad, Nico, the girls and I went to Clumber Park which is run by the National Trust and is just a few miles down the A1. We hired bikes for the afternoon and enjoyed the outdoors together. The park is a huge favourite of mine with a visitor centre, shop and cafe plus a beautiful chapel, follies, fords, and ...
... extensive buildings and ground works as parts of the buildings straddled the river. Of course it all came to a stop in the 1500's under Henry VIII's reformation. The roof was taken off to ensure the monks didn't return. We pondered on the fact that many sections date to a similar time as York Minster. These ruins demonstrate what happens if you don't keep spending millions on maintenance. The Georgian Water Garden however, is being ...