Newcastle Youth Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNewcastle Youth Hostel Newcastle upon Tyne
I arrived just at the wrong time to this hostel as it was the Great North Run. Although very busy, the staff were very welcoming and took an interest in my trip. Would definitely stay again.
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... we went back to the hotel with Leaine and Frank to watch the Australia vs Wales game and I wanted Wales to win but they didn't. Me and Leaine went for a walk to see the Gateshead Sage building and then went back to the hotel. We had dinner at an Indian Buffet restaurant and I ate lots and lots of ...
Today we drove to Newcastle and went to see Hadrian's wall at Wallsend because that was where the wall started. It was the site of a Roman fort called Segendunum and I got a Roman coin with Hadrian on it.
... Bay - about 15km out of the city centre. We had a 3 bed room with an awesome sea view. A bit different to the places we were used to! We dropped our stuff off, got some fish and chips, smashed a couple of Carlsberg's and caught the train in to town to join the party. There were all blacks fans everywhere in town. Even noticed quite a few Scots with all blacks tops on. Smashed a couple of beers at one pub then we went to meet Darryn's mates at ...
... in plenty of time, whereupon we joined 50000 springbok fans and the 5000 scots who weren't too cheap to shell out the big coin, in watching a great battle and an amazing Scottish try. A few beers later (but no Newcastle brown ale to be found!), I was back on the standing room only first class train back to London, arriving around midnight. Managed to watch. Bit of Australia taking England out of the tournament on a fellow passenger's smart ...
From York, we took a Cook's tour to Whitby. (James Cook lived in Whitby and served his apprenticeship in Whitby) .We loved Whitby so we parked the car for the day and walked to the Abbey, along the river, to the fish and chip shop (Bradley's - almost as good as Barts) and to the beach. After this we headed west and north to Newcastle. We are actually 10 ml west of Newcastle.
Our accommodation is a refurb of an 1878 built stables for a local doctor's house. Very roomy.
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