Holiday Inn Ipswich-Orwell
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ipswich
In the car on the way to Heathrow. Flown the Morehen's nest for what will be just short of 7 months! Nerves starting to build now and was emotional saying goodbye to the dogs but excitement at travelling the world!!! ✈️ ...
Naturally our last day in the UK was wet...we arrived in the rain and are leaving in the rain. We've spent the last 2 months in the UK and Ireland and are now heading off to Scandinavia for the rest of September. We have an 18 hour overnight crossing on a car ferry that resembles an ocean liner, it has several restaurants, bars and a ...
... house with its 2 wings was built in 1821. The rotunda was used for entertaining and display of art treasures and books etc., the east wing for the Hervey family living quarters, while the west wing was merely an architectural shell to provide balance to the building. The house produced its own electricity, kitchens were well stocked and many servants were employed to look after the guests. Many of the rooms are furnished as they would have been in the early ...
The south East of Suffolk is very flat with estuaries and sea shores being very muddy, thus this area is called the mud flat. The scenery of the seashore at Orford is not particularly dramatic however Orford is a picturesque village. As we have found very often along our journey across England, British villages are usually very nice. On our way there we passed a house out of a fairy tale. It doesn't show well on the picture but this red ...
... Mai which I'm really looking forward to, I've read some good things about Chiang Mai. From there I can cross the border into Houay Xai in Laos and from there to Vang Vieng which is one of the main backpackers destinations in Laos. From there to Vientiane which is the capital city of Laos and onto Savannakhet which is the second biggest city in Laos but has a very chilled out vibe so I understand. From Savannakhet I can cross the border to Vietnam ...