Days Hotel Wakefield

Address: Fryers Way, Silkwood Park, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England, WF5 9TJ, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Fryers Way, Silkwood Park, Wakefield, is near Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Woodhouse Moor, Park Square, and Jacob's Well.
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    Travel Blogs from Wakefield

    Day Ninety Five: Barnsley

    A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Jul 10, 2015

    ... a couple of episodes of House Rules and went for a walk to fill in the afternoon. Unfortunately I had to head back over to Nikki's so we could go down to the club and coach the juniors for the night. So again, they continued to dribble on about how good England are and how "****" Australia are. Only five kids turned up to training out of both the under 11s and under 13s. It makes it difficult ...

    Day Ninety Four: Barnsley

    A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Jul 09, 2015

    ... the Ashes how much stick there going to give me over it. I didn't get home from training until 10 o'clock because Nikki likes to hang out at the club and do nothing. I would prefer to be back at the house by 9 o'clock so then I can eat dinner at a reasonable time but there isn't much I can about it unless if I want to walk back. The lamb steaks were quite nice though which was a positive for the ...

    York, Getting our Medieval On

    A travel blog entry by xtopherc on Jun 28, 2015

    21 photos

    York is a couple hours drive from Manchester, give or take a faulty GPS or two. Anyway, after some meandering about, we managed to locate the city and locate parking that wouldn't cost as much as the car. York is the lynchpin of central England, historically. Many an army of one origin or the other (Scottish, English, Roman, Viking) has traipsed through looking for a fight. As a result, there are significant remnants of these populations left ...

    Another New Beginning

    A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Jun 06, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... make plans for after that. When the time's right I’m going to go and do some volunteer work in Africa and climb Mount Kilimanjaro for the Alzheimer's Society. In an ideal world I’d be doing that in the next few months but I know I have to be realistic. So, I have my Africa fund set up and when I'm in a position to take a few months out, without having to come home and start over again, I'll seize the moment without hesitation (of course a lot can change and my plan ...

    Frankie's scariest things this holiday.

    A travel blog entry by billy.mann.7169 on Aug 31, 2013


    ( Not in order) 1. Hindu street - a tiny street filled with cycle rickshaws nipping your ankles! :0 ( Dhaka) 2. Flight to Dhaka - very bumpy in the middle of a storm, had to put seat belt sign on 6 times! :0 3. Walking over a bamboo village bridge - a wobbly bamboo bridge over a river in a village! :0 ( Sunderbans) 4. Local boat ride - a small unsteady wooden boat down a river with dead rats! :0 ( Dhaka ) ...