Channel View Hotel

Address: 4-6 Royal St., Sandown, Isle of Wight, England, P036 8LP, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 4-6 Royal St., Sandown, is near Isle of Wight Zoo, Amazon World Zoo Park, Isle of Wight Steam Railway, and Dinosaur Isle.
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      Travel Blogs from Sandown

      Burnie. Tasmania

      A travel blog entry by jane49 on Mar 04, 2015

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      After a bumpy passage across. We arrived at the northern port of Burnie. We were on a trip to a world heritage nature reserve. We had a very entertaining guide and driver, they were a bit like Morecambe and Wise, and talked over the Mike to each other. They were very informative and passionate about their island. We first visited Sheffield, a Wild West looking town, but famous for murals over nearly every ...

      Melbourne the city of trams.

      A travel blog entry by jane49 on Mar 04, 2015

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      ... a very lively tour. We had an hours mini bus ride out to the suburbs until we got to Ramsey street......... We took the sign with us in the bus !! The road was closed and they were filming there so we were not able to walk up the street. We were met by a lad who played Stingray, but left 7 years ago.After about half an hour of standing around at the end of the street, we were taken to ...

      Tauranga New Zealand

      A travel blog entry by jane49 on Feb 28, 2015

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      ... their heritage and culture. They were trained in the skills of the warrior tribes, to enable them to perform the traditional Hakka's, songs, dances and stick throwing . They also taught woodcraft, stone and jewellery crafts and everything that a modern Maori needed to sell themselves in today's world. When they graduated the students went back to their home areas to start or join employment there. I presume they taught the language as well. It seemed ...

      Historic Dockyard Portsmouth

      A travel blog entry by kuno.budack on Oct 28, 2014

      What a lovely, relaxing morning with all the trimmings. We had a lay-in and then Jane decided to spoil it all by suggesting that a little run would do us all good. She went first and, much to my regret, it was me next. So I pounded the mud along the golf course, then turned round, ran back and a little further round the rest of the course - until my knee started hurting and I hobbled back. Breakfast next with egg and coffee before we went driving ...

      Iceberg Straight Ahead!

      A travel blog entry by mwereley on Jun 11, 2014

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      ... and a pickled onion. All but the onion were a hit! My lunch was a traditional British meat pie... The Titanic exhibit was really well done. Apparently a great majority of the staff of the White Star line lived in Southhampton and that was the angle from which the exhibit approached the event. There were a number of hands on activities including a lesson in using morse code to send telegrams and participating in a court ...