8 St Aidans Park

Address: 8 St Aidans Park, Hexham, Northumberland, England, NE47 5EB, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 8 St Aidans Park, Hexham, is near Hexham Abbey, Chesters Roman Fort Cilurnum, and Border History Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Hexham

One day to go..

A travel blog entry by adrianpritchard on Jun 02, 2015

The hardest part of starting a new travel blog is the start.

In every Han for himself I had the

advantage of being on a plane to Beijing with a plateful -ok a spoonful of caviar in front of me, not to mention a harem of happy Dutch flight attendants intent on stuffing me to bursting point with stroopwaffels. This time I have a National Express.

To Eindhoven.

It's interesting how as a teenager you flock to Amsterdam, by 30 it's Eindhoven,

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Cook's Tour

A travel blog entry by willmj on Jun 02, 2015

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From York, we took a Cook's tour (James Cook lived in Whitby and served his apprenticeship in Whitby) to 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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Astrid, our new home

A travel blog entry by swanning_around on May 31, 2015

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... St Michael and All Angels, built they believe on an 8th Century Viking site), Linton Falls and a variety of walks around.

As we had had our eyes tested in Eastbourne and both need new glasses we managed to order them in Skipton but arranged to have them delivered in Newcastle. This means we have to be in the area for a week or so. As it is about 40 years since we last visited Whitby we decided to make that our next stop. The town centre itself has changed ...

Hadrians Wall

A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on May 25, 2015

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... limited and apparently there is always a waitlist to join. They say there is still around 100 years of excavating still to be done.

There is also another site where the Army Museum is that they haven't even started on yet. The history is crazy.

Next we headed to have a look at Hadrians Wall. It was a defensive fortification with construction starting around AD 122 during the rule of Emperor Hadrian and took only 6 years to complete. It was approximately ...

Day One

A travel blog entry by boxertraveller on May 10, 2015

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We left home all packed and raring to go with the VW UP in tow, literally. The boys quickly found their preferred travelling positions in the motorhome and we were checking in to our campsite at Brampton Marina within what seemed like only a couple of hours. It was a terrific location and we received an emphatic and unexpected welcome from the bloke on the pitch next to ours - 'Hello Brenda' he bellowed as we drove in. Of course I politely waved back and when he realised he had ...

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