27 Queen's Parade, Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, England, DN35 0DF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cleethorpes

Today is THE day!

A travel blog entry by cherylann

... land to get another car to take me to my 5 star hotel! In total, I'll be travelling for a long time but I'm not going to complain when I haven't paid a penny, I'll have alcohol, food, movies, on hand service and then I arrive to a new city with new adventures and new challenges. What more could you want?! I've always wanted to visit Thailand so I ...

First Adventure...Words

A travel blog entry by cheskav


Hi Non-existent Readers,

I have decided to begin blogging for my trip later this year/next year, therefore practise makes perfect. I am one of those awful people that have often attempted keeping diaries and miserably failed after a week or so. Therefore, I hope, by starting way in advance I will get in some sort of routine.

The reasons for starting a blog is simple, it is the easiest way ...

My first night in Wake Up!

A travel blog entry by georgiamarie95


... be chilly first thing but I was totally wrong. Another positive is that I haven't seen a single spider or cockroach since I arrived (this may sound obsessive but I was told they are VERY common in the city). It all in all seems a clean, friendly, lovely place. UPDATE: I may not be attacked by cockroaches and spiders, but I am being shooed out of the cafe by a pigeon. That's not even a joke. (2nd UPDATE: they serve a latte in a ...

Woodman's Cottage

A travel blog entry by m8man


These used to be called Smackdam Cottages. Originally there were 2 cottages, but now it is a single cottage. They were built Mid 18th century out of whitewashed mud and stud,with brick plinth to the right. It has a hipped thatched ...

Tennyson country

A travel blog entry by m8man


Above the road stands the 15th century church which had at one time the father of Lord Alfred Tennyson as its rector.
Just down the road is the cream coloured rectory where Alfred was born. This Georgian building with a pantiled roof is a private house. Rev. George Tennyson became rector of Somersby and Bag Enderby in 1808.
Opposite the Church is the ...

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