Colchester Mill Hotel

Address: East Street, Colchester, Essex, England, CO1 2TS, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on East Street, Colchester, is near Colchester Zoo, Mercury Theatre, The Beth Chatto Gardens, and Colchester Castle Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Colchester

31st May, on our way to Colchester

A travel blog entry by dave-and-freda on May 31, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... wooden boats moored by the bridge
on the River Stour, just by the Mill








We ate a good meal at
Dedham and the
sun is still out at 7.00pm with not a cloud in the sky.

Tomorrow, we’re off to London for the last leg of our
journey, staying in central London in an apartment
and seeing relatives and friends.



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Cruise to Netherlands

A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Dec 13, 2013

11 photos

... given your cabin key, then you walk up the gangway onto the ferry to Hoek van Holland.  It's unbelievably quick & painless compared to airports, train to ferry takes just 10 minutes.  The Stena Hollandica is the largest RoPax ferry in the world, a 63,000 ton floating hotel with over 1,400 beds in 538 cabins. Steady as a rock! Snuggle down in a private cabin with shower, ...

The First Few Days

A travel blog entry by acrossthepondan on Jan 09, 2013

1 photo

... and restaurants. And the availability of support for the students seems very large. The student union is also really big, and is run by former students who know work full time there. At our orientation yesterday we went over terms that could be embarassing for us to say. Such as underwear is called pants and pants are called trousers. A purse is called a handbag and a wallet is a purse. We also talked about local food and ...

A couple of rainy days

A travel blog entry by rickandwill on Apr 09, 2012

4 comments

... in the living room. A good match. Just like in Australia we all rubbished the referee and all the bad mistakes they made. No world bounderies on that one. Stuart we also watched the Man United v QPR game and a decision made by the ref in the beginning of the game changed everything. The ref should have awarded QPR a penalty, it was so obvious, even to an amateur like me. ...

Rabies delays departure until March 19th

A travel blog entry by babushka on Feb 17, 2012

5 photos

... next time, but after watching a few scary YouTube vids of narrow mountain pistes I am not tempting fate by taking my spare Heidenau knobbly tyres and venturing out alone on the high rough stuff.




The postman has just delivered 3 new Mitas Universal tyres (the standard fitment for Ural) - nice blocky old school treads which cope well with tarmac and a little gravel. Best bit is they retail at ...

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