Telford England

Address: St Quentin Gate, Telford, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on St Quentin Gate, Telford, is near The Wrekin, Jackfield Tile Museum, Museum of the Gorge, and Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron.
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Travel Blogs from Telford

Nottingham

A travel blog entry by kieranjg on Jul 07, 2015

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We had so much fun in Nottingham while staying in the best hotel of the trip with 4 rooms. Day 1 we didn't do anything but go to dinner. The second day we were at Alton towers. It is a theme park with great rides and has the 8th most scariest rollercoaster. The bad thing was ...

Almost here!

A travel blog entry by gillb1954 on Jul 02, 2015

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It`s the day before the long awaited trip to the USA. The packing is complete. Martin and Sheila are starting the holiday early as they have tickets for Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons at the NEC so Chris and Gill will meet them at the airport tomorrow to check in at 6.30am. Our flight departs at 9.00am for Newark where we have about 4 hours to kill before flying onto Las Vegas.
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The Journey to South Africa Begins

A travel blog entry by bushmantours on Jun 30, 2015

After a an early start, (2:30 am), I went to Birmingham Airport for a KLM flight to Amsterdam. There was a 2 hour stopover before the next flight was to Johannesburg which took 10 and a half hours, arriving at 9.15pm. I stopped at a hotel close to the airport, as there are no flights out of Johannesburg at this time of night. My journey will continue tomorrow. ...

Facts; figures; feelings

A travel blog entry by inge.thornton on Apr 27, 2013

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... compensated for many times over by 90% of the other work I had to do. I loved being outside and feeling the wind and sun on my face. I loved planting, weeding, staking, hoeing, harvesting, storing, chopping, feeding chickens, watching things grow, looking after sheep, watching lambs being born, stroking goats, listening to the sound of rain on polytunnels, splitting garlic, trimming onions, packing veg boxes. I even quite enjoyed some bits of digging at times. ...

A dream country - Iraq

A travel blog entry by leetravel on Jan 04, 2013

... from the Kurdish Civil War still visible. We continue south east to the town of Barzan, the ancestral home of the Barzani family who are central to the Kurdish politics in this part of the region and to visit the simple grave of Mullah Mustafa Barzani, the father of the Kurdish independence movement. Anticipation is surely building as we retrace the steps of Sir Hamilton and the breathtaking landscape of the 12km wide Gali Ali Beg Canyon towards ...