The Wharf House

Address: Over, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England, GL2 8DB, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Over, Gloucester, is near Gloucester Cathedral, Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, Gloucestershire, and Waterways Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Gloucester

    The Cotswolds countryside

    A travel blog entry by libbycav on Apr 08, 2015

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    Here we are in Malmesbury, the "Queen of the hilltop towns" and reportedly the place of the oldest continuous settlement in England. King Athelstan died here in 709 and was buried in the Abbey, which is virtually next door to where we are staying in a home exchange organised by Trish and Ray.
    It's an old house, over three levels and quite comfortable despite its plumbing issues.
    We all love Malmesbury. The ...

    Tombs of a King and Prince

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Mar 21, 2015

    16 photos

    ... over the centuries. The Cathedral is huge and houses so much history, for example the tombs of King John I and Prince Arthur as well as the crypt of St Wulfstan. We spent a good hour or more exploring the Cathedral and truly enjoyed our visit.

    Tomorrow we continue with our history lessons and will drive towards Leicester to the village of Market Bosworth to join in the commemoration for the reinterment of King Richard ...

    An eventful evening.....

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Mar 20, 2015

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    Well, what a day it was today. This morning we woke to find out that a partial solar eclipse was happening over the northern hemisphere, so after some (lots) pushing from Roy, Nathan tried to build a few eclipse watching apparatuses. He was limited in what he could create due to a lack of resources however, the old pin hole in a piece of paper to project the eclipse shadow on the wall probably was the most effective. He assures ...

    Penultimate Blog entry - Uk driving trip

    A travel blog entry by graemea on Sep 13, 2014

    36 photos

    ... Abraham Darby perfected the smelting of iron ore with coke. His son invented a new forging process with the smelted steel to produce single beams of iron, but it wasn’t until his grandson (all named Abraham), in 1779 constructed the very first iron bridge. This bridge and the original Toll-house, still remain in-situ today. So when you see the massive iron structures around the world today, you can give thanks to the building of a single bridge ...

    And so the adventure begins!

    A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Oct 13, 2013

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    ... my two favourite things, food and travel, I really couldn't resist this once in a lifetime opportunity. I'm hoping to learn a lot, face many challenges and gain experience which will help me in my career.

    My adventure starts tomorrow (14th October) when I will fly to New Zealand via Dubai and Singapore. After travelling for two weeks, making my way south from Auckland to Invercargill in a campervan (yes I know, cool right!), I will begin my first placement ...