Erin Brae

Queens Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Rain, Wind, Racetrack and what the sea can do

A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013

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We've been to the very top by motorcycle, and to the bottom by bus (because it was too wet and windy).

What an incredible couple of days. Yes we rode the mountain course. I get it. We went to the Manx museum as well. Yep it was that wet and windy. For the record, fastest ...

Victorian rail transport in the Isle of Man

A travel blog entry by ozvere

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... to Port Erin - about 25 kms - has been running since 1874.

2. The Horse Tramway runs(!) along the 2.5 kms Douglas Promenade. This horse drawn, 3 foot gauge tramway was built in 1876 and runs in the summer period (from mid-May to mid-September - hence we didn't see it). It consists of some 23 tramcars and 45 horses and is said to be the world's oldest surviving horse tram service.

3. The Manx ...

Isle of Man

A travel blog entry by faffanddanltd

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... about our ancestor. Taffy was very excited to be contacted by a descendant of Sir William, and when he found out that Dan and I were going to the Isle of Man, he insisted on being our tour guide :) So he picked us up at the airport, and he said that I would be "treated like a queen" by the RNLI members we would be meeting the next day :P We began driving to Douglas. We crossed the 'Fairy Bridge' and said hello to the fairies (for good luck), and we were shown ...

Location

This hotel, located on Queens Promenade, Douglas, is near Snaefell, Manx Museum, Gaiety Theatre, and The Fairy Shop.
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