Farington Lodge Hotel

Address: Stanifield Lane, Farington, Lancashire, England, PR25 4QR, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Stanifield Lane, Farington, is near Harris Museum and Art Gallery, British Commercial Vehicle Museum, Ribchester Roman Museum, and Fishergate.
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    Travel Blogs from Farington

    We hope to see you soon Africa!

    A travel blog entry by kileyintransit on Nov 08, 2015

    7 photos

    ... lives. We have met some of the kindest, hardworking, and honest people in Africa. This African volunteer trip quickly turned into a great adventure. Immediately we were drawn into the beauty and charm of Zambia. Where the communities welcomed us in with open arms, people on the street wanted to know your name and hear about your day, kids would run to you and throw their arms around you desperate for a hug. I have never seen so many people in a state of ...

    Ferry across the Mersey . . . . . .

    A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Nov 01, 2015

    41 photos

    ... looks as though they are trying to revive the town although I am not sure I would want to spend a week on holiday myself in New Brighton. Each to there own I guess!

    In the evening we headed into Liverpool to watch 'Let it Be', a show that has come straight from London's West End, showcasing the music of the Fab Four. With around 40 Beatles songs in the show it was pretty much non-stop hit after hit after hit. The audience were certainly up ...

    The Harsh Reality of Travelling

    A travel blog entry by etravels on Oct 30, 2015

    ... because we all know how homely possessions are and in reality we cannot take everything with us. I mean once the travels are over and you pick a base where you’d like to relocate to, then yes sure, ship over your most treasured possessions however this depends on the length of your travels and how long you’re willing to go without said possessions. Familiarity, knowing which direction you’re going in, ...


    A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 11, 2015

    9 photos

    ... rushing streams: in short, gorgeous. But the bus didn't make up much time on the trip, so since they only run once an hour, we just had 45 minutes at Keswick to see the pencil museum.

    Yes, this is a real thing. Remember yuor coloured pencils when you were a kid? Remember the names on the sides? Derwent, Cumberland, Lakeland. These hills have graphite in them, and pencils have been made here since the 1500s. They've been mostly mined out now, but ...

    At last, a busy day in Manchester

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jul 22, 2014

    42 photos

    ... mills. It was only in the mid1800's that a maximum 12 hour working day was established for women and 9-13 year old children. The average life expectancy for a mill worker was 30 years.
    The Museum of Science and Industry runs a working demonstration of cotton spinning and weaving machinery and I turned up at 10.30 with a bunch of kids and their parents to hear all about it. It was fascinating to see how machinery turned a bale of ...