The Rose and Crown Hotel

Address: 23 Market Place, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, England, PE13 1DG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 23 Market Place, Wisbech, is near The Octavia Hill Birthplace Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Wisbech

      The blur of the last two weeks!

      A travel blog entry by megz194 on Mar 29, 2015

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      Well believe it or not, I have done a whole term! We're now on Easter holidays, and getting ready for some adventures in Scotland and Portugal!!

      On the 20th March, it was Shana's (my roommate) birthday, and boy did we celebrate! We had the staff social the night before, then she went out for a surprise party, then we had an amazing Afternoon Tea at the George in Stamford on the Sunday. Today we had spa treatments (my present ...

      England Welcome Me Back

      A travel blog entry by hbowen on Dec 05, 2014

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      ... and I’m exhausted and shivering (it’s literally freezing outside) and considering squeezing into the closet with the hot water pipes for some warmth. Finally I gave up and checked into a hotel for the night figuring I’ll buy a space heater and email my landlord in the morning. And of course right as I pull into the parking spot of my hotel I realize that across the street a store that probably sells space heaters is still open and ...

      Tall in Peru

      A travel blog entry by lesleyharwood on Sep 21, 2014

      27 photos

      ... As well as the local Cuscuena beer, the pisco sours were extremely refreshing (made from local brandy, lime juice, sugar and egg-white (!). There were many food sellers on the streets selling the staple of the region, potatoes (thousands of varieties apparently) but also meat (best not to enquire about its origin), popcorn and pastries. Every day for breakfast we had hollow bread rolls with butter and jam, and delicious orange juice freshly squeezed in front ...

      Grimes Graves

      A travel blog entry by hbowen on Aug 10, 2014

      6 photos

      Got to visit a local historical site this past weekend in Suffolk called Grime’s Graves. They aren’t actually graves, though the anglo-saxons called them that due to the dipped impressions in the ground left by the remains of 400+ neolithic area flint ...

      Sand Dunes and Red Sqirrels

      A travel blog entry by afromont on Jul 15, 2014

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... stark, white forests of wind generators. These seem to have sprouted up all over the UK, and can be seen everywhere you go - something to do with a subsidy or grant people can get if they put one on their land. They look strange out in the sea, but I suppose they are more attractive than a traditional power station with smokey chimneys. The walk took us through some lovely woodland and along "Squirrel Walk", which delivered on its promise, and ...