Bodridis Hall

Address: LLANDEGLA,WREXHAM LL11 3AL, Wrexham, Wrexham County, North Wales, Wales, LL11 3AL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on LLANDEGLA,WREXHAM LL11 3AL, Wrexham.
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    Travel Blogs from Wrexham

    Beatle Time

    A travel blog entry by spinnery63 on Jun 09, 2015

    Totally worth it tour of the Casbah Coffee Club with my new favorite person, Roag Best. Then the obvious-but-pleasurable Beatles Story museum at the docks. Scored some music at an actual active not-picked-over music shop, too. Click here for photos (they take too long to upload here): https://www.facebook.com/sarahollidaybo ...

    Lancs

    A travel blog entry by spinnery63 on Jun 08, 2015

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    Trip to the Lancashire Infantry Museum. FEPOW art and military history. (Who are FEPOWs? See sarahollidaybooks.com.) By the way, most of the locations on the photos here are bogus. I've been at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and this museum in Preston, and the app doesn't admit those places ...

    Scramble to Liverpool

    A travel blog entry by spinnery63 on Jun 05, 2015

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    We pulled right up to the gate at Heathrow, but the gate was miles from everywhere. Getting to Customs took ages; getting through scarcely any time. Some helpful person had pulled our forlorn luggage from the carousel. Looked right in crossing to the taxi stand, and the cab ride was a mini-tour in itself: ...

    Liverpool, England

    A travel blog entry by kaylatravels on Jan 05, 2014

    ... together, "The Cavern Club." It was and underground pub with minimal space and very old fashioned looking, with many pictures hung up of famous musicians playing on their stage of course! A walk outside the Cavern however, enabled pedestrians to view a statue of the Virgin Mary holding the Beatles as babies in her arms, an odd image to any Christian I imagine. The next morning before we left the hotel at 11am gave ...

    Farewell Ireland, Hello Wales

    A travel blog entry by ashpiccirillo on May 19, 2013

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    ... animals in a taxidermy shop window, snooped around the old train station, looked in souvenir shops (Dean got some slate drink coasters) and Dean got an icecream - I was too full of choc peanuts...

    We then had a ride down the canal in a narrow barge called the 'Eirlys' - which means 'snow drop'. It was amazing. The sun was making the beech trees glow... Dean was so excited. You should have seen him! He sat out in the front of the ...

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