Holiday Inn Washington
Travel Blogs from Washington
... Tynemouth Village, a sweet little place dominated by a castle and priory ruin om the headland (just the place to make one despair if sent here unwillingly).
The Captain and Navigator used the lunch break for some serious cartography.
Cath has been searching for the last bus to Wallsend but is still to find it. None of them seem that full here. (Bernie can explain - its a rhyming slang type thing from the Hunter - "as full as the last bus to Wallsend"
... We both agreed that whilst it is always nice to return home, it wasn't like a 14 day package at one place where we found ourselves climbing the walls towards the end of the holiday.
Already mentally planning for South of France next year (maybe combined with some time in London)...
We managed to get to Newcastle in good time after a reasonably late start. Mandy came to visit and we popped to the Skiff pub close by to have a drink and a catch up. Lovely to see her but not a lot to catch up on really. David and Caitlin arrived around 6pm so ...
... next morning to see a friend off at the airport 60 pouds I found a bus that left mid afternoon to london for 10 pounds.i was prity pleses with that how ever it did take 6 hours. The next morning before caching the couch i went for a walk around the town. Its quits a nice place but very crouded due to the race. I also went and checked out a castle as i hadnt seen one in england yet. ...
... reminded me it was a limit not a target! Point noted as I slid in that extra pair of sandals I might need and the oh so now red jeans that everyone's wearing apparently! So out came the Wii for the first time in months and I managed to keep quietly smug as hubbies case hit the almost 25kg mark! Less smugly I watched my own climbing up past 24kg......devastated the red jeans have to stay home but most of Tennessee will probably be pleased! And there was ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking