natalie

natalie

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1965

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Iconic gothic cathedral, magnificent architecture, excellent display of Magna Carta. We enjoyed our guided tour, it was really informative with lots of details facts regarding the cathedral and the city's history. Breathtaking view from the top.

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Hard to believe but it takes just an hour train ride from London to get to the beach! There are probably not many days when the weather allows you to enjoy the swimming, but it can be a great spot for a picnic or relaxing day with the book. However when it’s hot outside it gets extremely crowded on the weekends. If you decide to swim, it’s clean and safe. The warmest water is probably in August and beginning of September. Note that its pebble, not sand, so special shoes can be a good idea. Short walk from the station, good choice of restaurants on the beach and nearby.

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Beautiful bathing pools with steam coming up (we visited in winter), you can come very close and take pictures. Hard to imagine how old this place is! Interesting exhibition which gives you insights in to the baths in old times, free audio guide was very helpful.

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The church is near the market so you won’t miss it. The interior is quite simple but if you climb up the tower you will be rewarder with spectacular views in all directions, we took some great photos. People who works there are keen to chat about the church’s history.

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Probably the most interesting place we visited in York. It is free, even if you are not a big fan of trains it’s worth checking out. Amazing collection, huge space displaying a large part of the railway history of England and the world, from the earliest models to current high-speed trains around the world. Will be interesting for all ages.

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