Day 3. Hull and the Humber Bridge

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It was yet another bright, sunny morning as we enjoyed a final relaxing breakfast overlooking Hull’s marina, if only each day could start like this! Having set ourselves up for the day with freshly prepared smoothies and full English breakfasts we gathered our things together and checked out of our room, leaving our bags to collect later in the day.

Untitled Enjoying a cooked breakfast at the Holiday Inn Hull Marina

Our plan for the morning was to visit the Humber Bridge and the easiest way to get there by public transport was by train. It only took us around ten minutes to walk to Hull’s Paragon Station from where we caught a train to Hessle. The journey took 8 minutes with an adult off peak day return costing £3.10.

Untitled The Humber Bridge viewed from the platform at Hessle Station

As we got off the train we were able to see…

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