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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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... just as old in maturity. I am no longer compelled, because I now feel very much in control of this desire, this craving. I have taken responsibility for my need to travel, and I own it. This is no longer confusing to me, but empowering.
Someone once said to me that people travel for one of three things: to run toward something, to run away from something, or to seek something. I think that is very true, and I have encountered people all ...
... rooms warmed by coal fires, topped up by coal shuttles. The main entrance had the fiction books with a number of model trains running around the top of the bookcases and many more reading nooks. I left the Bibliophile, hoping I would see her before the shop closed. At one stage she was seen walking with a book in her hand stroking it. Coffee and hot chocolate were a must in the beautifully tiled old waiting room if we were to have the strength to escape ...
... lovely town, although trying to find some food at about 2.30pm on a Sunday wasn't easy. There were a lot of shops open in the town but the cafe and pub we initially chose didn't have food available at that time, so the more ordinary Cafe Nero turned out fine. We again had some difficulty finding the B & B, as the name of the place is given, and the road it's on, and the rest is left to us! After a phone call ...
I don't care how old I am, there is nothing better than hugs and kisses off Mama bear when you arrive at the airport. Similarly, not a lot better than a wiggly puppy bum to greet you at the front door :) I love to be away, but I equally like to come home too.
I am pretty sure I said this on the way out, but they should ban feckin' wheeled cases as carry-on luggage! *humbug* The Newcastle flight was full, and most of the overheads ...
We headed for Rosslyn this morning. It's a beautiful sunny morning and our spirits are high as we embark on yet another adventure!. Rosslyn Church is supposedly where the 'Holy Grail' and Templar Knights are buried. It's a beautiful old church. We had a look at the really old Kirk and listened to a fellow talking about the church. We then headed off for York. It's taken about 4 hours, we were hoping to find Yorkshire historic walls. Too tired to go looking - that'll be ...
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