Premier Inn Derby East

Address: Stanier Way , Derby, Derbyshire, England, DE21 6BF, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Stanier Way , Derby, is near Derby Museum and Art Gallery, Derby County Football Club/Pride Park Stadium, Priory Course, and Warehouse.
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    Travel Blogs from Derby

    Road trip beginnings

    A travel blog entry by nataliejhandley on Apr 08, 2015

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    ... myself of the madness of my decision!) I have OCD about personal hygiene, live alone and enjoy my own company! Not sure Trek America was my wisest decision - but we shall see. Let the adventure begin! Well the preparation at least!! I am starting in LA on September 14th travelling to New York till 8th October. I've added the map so you can see the route I will be taking. Will update soon Natalie ...

    All together at last!

    A travel blog entry by thegrundyreids on Apr 03, 2015

    6 comments, 4 photos

    ... The Galleries of Justice is a museum in the old Nottingham criminal court, prison and dungeons. We went on a tour which started in the Court Room where an actor told us about the court itself and the process of the trails. Then we went down into the prison and looked around the cells, work rooms, laundry rooms, wash areas, exercise courtyards and then down further into the dungeons. There were a few different actors along the ...

    Week Fifteen. Amsterdam - England

    A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on Mar 23, 2015

    4 photos

    ... owners club and had decided that not all of them needed to open every day, after all how much peanut oil could one town sell. So they took it in turns to open so the tourists could always see a windmill spinning and always have the opportunity to buy some delicious peanut oil. We walked towards the windmills, totally ignoring the ones that weren't going and headed straight to one that was. For a mere two euro's, you could go inside and watch all the wheels and ...

    The final countdown . . . . . . .

    A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Sep 25, 2014

    2 comments

    With just one and a half days left at work I thought it was about time to set up a travel blog for ther forthcoming trip.

    Provided I survive my evening out in Derby tomorrow this blog will get updated at various intervals as we set out on a well deserved break from work. Hopefully the 'W' word will not be required until well into 2015!




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    Denby & Bluebells

    A travel blog entry by suigeneris on Jul 30, 2012

    4 photos

    ... for a week or two for holidays. What we did was great fun however. We saw what was involved at each process, watched one of the artists paint a pottery plate - very impressive, got to make and take away our own pottery frog and got to paint our own plates - if we had wanted them fired to take home that was an additional expense. We just had fun painting and took a photo of them. There was a restaurant on site so we sat down for lunch, then explored a few more ...