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Can I just say that Newcastle on a Friday or Saturday night is not my favourite place in the world, I think it is full of slappers and there seems to be a comp to see who can be the most disgusting person in the square.
Now that I have got that off my chest and sound like a nanna..........the Indian!!!
Will always wants …
... for our trip to Russia this July. The amount of bureaucratic red tape needed to travel to the country is already considerable (and expensive), and international confrontation between our governments could make it even harder. Nathan and I have instead decided to travel to Greece for the summer, exploring Athens and then island hopping in one of Greece's many chains of islands.
Spring is in the air here in Durham. The weather station is calling it ...
... of the Baltic Gallery. In the afternoon we walked around downtown, and explored Newcastle's New Castle. The Castle was built during the Norman Period to defend the river Tyne, although a fort had existed on the sight in the past. Although once a sprawling defensive complex, only the keep and Black Gate remain as the rest was demolished to make way for the train tracks during the Industrial Revolution.
In the evening, we returned to Durham to have dinner ...
... the Woodcock, and traveled from London to Edinburgh. It was withdrawn to be sold as scrap and was saved and preserved by the Canadian Railroad Historical Association.
Sir Nigel Gresley was the chief engineer for the London Northeastern Railway when he designed the A-4 class locomotives. He also designed the A-1 class which included the Flying Scotsman, the first passenger train to travel more than 100 miles an hour.
"Anakin: You call this a diplomatic solution?
Padmé: No, I call it aggressive negotiations" - Star Wars Episode II
Conflict is an inevitable part of existing on this planet. All species have conflicts of some sort, whether it be two wolves fighting over a fallen deer, or a group of chimpanzees competing for the fittest mate. It is how we manage conflict that defines us as a species, and as individuals. The history books are littered with poor examples of how to deal with ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Newcastle Airport Newcastle upon Tyne
I don't normally associate the Novotel brand with cheap and cheerful but this one is, the decor in the halls is depressing but the rooms are a pleasant surprise, clean, large and modern. Little expresso machine in the room. Negotiate hard on the price we got 50% off just by asking..........a little out of town but at least that means a quiet nights sleep.
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