Great Western Hotel

Address: Shrub Hill Road, Worcester, Worcestershire, England, WR4 9EF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Shrub Hill Road, Worcester, is near West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park, Royal Worcester Visitor Centre, Worcester Guildhall, and Worcester College.
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Travel Blogs from Worcester


A travel blog entry by taramarika on Feb 08, 2015

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I'm spending two weeks in Birmingham! And my niece and nephew are awesome! Ava now gets me put her to bed every night! It's great! And this time she'll remember me! I made a pavlova with her and that went very well! We've also gone to some indoor play places which she has really enjoyed. she likes showing me what she can do! Saturday we went to a beer festival! It ...

The Brummies revenge

A travel blog entry by garyorme on Dec 09, 2014

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Gental tapping of rain on the portal and a screaming wind barely held the Stena Hollandica back as we steamed from Harwich UK. Our cabin was comfortable but I couldn't sleep, the constant thrum of engines barely registered, but the rock n roll motion had me wondering whether a train might have been the better option! Exhaustion had long since claimed Angela but I struggled. Three hours down, four to go. Large waves sent shudders from Stem to stern interupting ...

I'm On A Boat, Y'all!

A travel blog entry by reynauld on Jul 05, 2014

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... Canadian geese. At every town we managed to find op shops (my friends that know my mum, Rosie, will not be surprised at this) and knick nacks. This includes my excellent carved walnut pipe, that I can use for my Napoleonic re-enactment.
I did resist a lot of other things, mainly brass and glass, because if weight and/or fragility, and the fact I would have to lug them around for another month yet. The silk top hat would have been great.


Pershore to Worcester

A travel blog entry by jamesandhazel on Aug 04, 2013

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... The visitor moorings outside Cavalier pub were not nice. They had rings but little else. A corrugated iron fence, a noisy pub, and some huge floodlight towers suggested we should go back to the previous place. We had to go on through three locks before we could turn round.

The winding hole above lock 7 was very overgrown and silted up. It took several attempts to get the bows in far enough to swing the stern round. The pound was also shallow and we ...

Foggy Worcester

A travel blog entry by jbatt1 on Dec 12, 2012

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Well the morning woke to a very frosty start of the day so we headed off to the city of Worcester and was a very foggy and frosty trip all the way with the hedges and trees all frosted......on the way we had to dodge a couple of large male deers as they scooted across the road.......we arrived in ...