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Well this is day one.
Left Haverhill at 10am this morning and was in Newcastle at the Angel of the North by 15:00. Not bad going for an old thing (the car not me!!!) lol. Stopped at the Angel of the North and took a few pictures, just need some wi-fi so that I can upload a few. Then off to my first stop over, Newcastle YHA. Checked in, …
A good sleep-in to recover from our night out in Glasgow, especially as Greg had leant us his bed. He slept on the couch!
The lazy start to the day continued with burgers at the pub, train to Edinburgh with a quick look around while we waited for our train to Newcastle.
We checked into the YHA to be informed by the pleasant middle …
Today we headed out to Castle Howard. It was a magnificent castle that still houses the owners. The gardens were amazing. It was interesting to learn how the castle and it's inhabitants were used over time whether it be as a school or housing injured soldiers, or the many counts and countesses. We had Sunday lunch on the garden lawn at the castle. We headed home and had ...
... grade. I've certainly taken advantage. Friday afternoon the weather was lovely, and it had been a stressful week. With that in mind, Sharena, James and I made for the Marriott Hotel where we spent the afternoon swimming in the pool and lounging in the hot tub, sauna and steam rooms. It felt like being on vacation and was a nice way to unwind after a long week. We needed the relaxation as well because Saturday was a big day in the Grey College ...
Late up as there is a weather front coming through and we are staying put until tomorrow (Sunday) Time to restock, shower etc and plan the next few days and the crossing to Amsterdam. Currently looking like Blyth to Hartlepool to Scarborough and then 48 hrs across to Amsterdam in one hit. Maybe in Amsterdam by Thursday 12th Lots to avoid in the North Sea - Wind farms, Gas rigs, sea lanes, practise and firing ranges apart from the rocks, busy shipping and a plethora of other ...
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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