As with all my #24hrGuides – I don’t advocate spending so little time anywhere… but sometimes it’s helpful to have a 24 hour itinerary to kick off a visit. Or it may suit if you have a layover in a city and just want
After a rather humorous attempt at walking some of Hadrian’s Wall in November (I know, I know), and being driven away by the sideways sleet and a terrible gale, we decided to try again in late March – in hopes that the spring would provide
York is a wee gem of a place, and as with any place I write about, I would highly recommend spending more than 24 hours there. But, I know that isn’t always possible, so here is my guide to 24 hours in York.
So, much of my travel is all about food and drink, so it didn’t seem right to talk about my year of travel without framing it around these two important things 😉 JANUARY It was a quiet start to the year, travel-wise.
We were in York primarily to spend time with my family, who were visiting from Canada. Less than 2.5 hours from Edinburgh (and less than 2 hours from London), York is an easy weekend break away; and we were exceptionally lucky with the weather