Clyde House Hotel

13 John Street, Kingston-upon-Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, HU2 8DH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kingston-upon-Hull

Into the Workhouse

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie


... tar on the ropes cut into the oakum pickers' hands. Conditions were cramped and unpleasant, with the men, women and children being segregated in their dormitories and work areas; parents and children only being able to spend time together for a short amount of time on a Sunday. Food was extremely basic, but in many cases it was better than life on the ...

Mr Straw's House, Clumber Park and cub scouts

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie


... and only going into the room on a Sunday morning to read their bibles to each other before going to Church. The brothers lived together in the house from 1939 and it was willed to The National Trust in 1990 when William died. The brothers never had a telephone or radio (not even in the business which closed in the 1960s when Walter retired), which meant they didn't know that the Second World War had begun until they were told ...

Goodbye North Yorkshire :(

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie


Today saw us spend our last morning with Debs. She took us to the very beautiful Dalby forest, where we had a bit of an explore, then off to Scarborough to visit Peasholm Park and the grey squirrels. Em had fun trying to get them to come to her, who would have thought that apple is no substitute for peanuts in the eyes (and taste buds) of a squirrel. After an ice-cream, it was time for a quick lunch, a sad goodbye, then the drive back ...

Gainsborough Old Hall

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie


... some of who became the American Pilgrim Fathers This was a dangerous thing to do, because it meant you disagreed with the monarch which basically amounted to treason. Another interestingly thing I discovered today was that people in medieval times used to keep their clothes in their garderobes. Garderobes were their toilets and the smell wafting around used to repel moths and 'guard your robes'. Could be a possibility for some niche ...

Doctor Who meets Robin Hood

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie


Woke up to blue skies in sunny Cardiff this morning. Off we went to the Doctor Who Experience - Emma loved it! She got overwhelmed a bit in the first part, where you go on an adventure that has lots of smoke and special effects, but she enjoyed helping to fly the TARDIS and looking at all of the real costumes and props from the show. It was smaller than we expected but really worth ...


This hotel, located on 13 John Street, Kingston-upon-Hull, is near The Deep, The Humber Bridge, Wilberforce House Museum, and Fort Paull.
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