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Tuesday, June 6

On Holiday - View From Hazelwood Guest House

Part of our view from the upper floor room where we stayed for the first few days of our York visit.

(I am secretly thrilled that I can peek into the back gardens of these privet homes!)

There was no Twin Room available at the beginning of our trip.  This  Superior Double Room would have suited us the entire trip actually but we had booked the Twin Room for the last part of our stay.

We also had a nice view of the back garden of the Hazelwood Guest House.

We had a picnic dinner outdoors  one night of our stay.

I have mixed feelings about the Twin Room.  It was  light because of the window but not quite as sunny as the upstairs room.  We were on the lower or basement level.  The room was much more roomy and so was the bath room.  Victoria liked it better.  I think I just like being Up!

The view was from the window well window. 
 The window  opened to let in the air and there were flowers outside.

We enjoyed our stay very much.  The staff was very, very nice. And we were quite comfortable.
The location of Hazelwood is really good.  Just outside  the wall at  Gillygate.

I became exceedingly fond of this Teapot.  There were several different shapes, all white but this was my favorite.  It is small, two cups.   I have wonderful memories of drinking tea from this pot every morning in York.

What I love about the UK:
They serve Tea in a Teapot!

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