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Kingston upon Hull

Two weeks ago, I visited Kingston upon Hull for the first time and I absolutely loved it. Before my travel, I decided to visit not only this town but other urban areas from Yorkshire as well, including Driffield, Beverley, Scunthorpe and Grimsby. When I told my best friend that I wanted to make this trip, she told me she wanted to come along. We got reservations at two different hotels, meaning Travelodge Hotel (Pryme Street) and Holiday Inn (80 Forensway). As for transportation, I arranged for a taxi cab for me and for a wheelchair taxi for her, as she had special physical requirements.

The weather during our stay was splendid, to say the least. This is the reason why we were able to enjoy a lovely stroll through the Queen’s Gardens, one of the most beautiful green spaces I have ever seen. We also decided to visit the Dinosaur Experience, as my friend was a fan of everything that had connection to these lost creatures. We had an amazing dinner at a fancy restaurant and we returned to the hotel with one of those minibuses.

From Kingston upon Hull to Gatwick, I traveled with one of those executive cars, as I wanted to know how it was like. I paid £573 for an executive car, which covered the 234 miles distance in 4 hours and 1 minute. My friend traveled with an adapted airport taxi from Kingston upon Hull to Humberside airport. She paid £35 for a saloon car and the 22 miles distance was covered in 31 minutes. I stopped on the road at Hotel Felix (Whitehouse Lane, Cambridge) and at Lincoln Hotel (Eastgate, Lincoln). As for eating, I stopped at The Plough (Green End, Cambridge) and at Café Zoot (5 Bailgate, Lincoln).


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