Opal 2

10 St George's Close, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, SK9 3LD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Walkley area of Sheffield, is near Weston Park, The Arts Tower, Sheffield University, and Paradise Square.
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Travel Blogs from Sheffield

Catching up

A travel blog entry by carolg49 on Oct 11, 2014

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Pretty lazy start to the day, and as the sun was shining decided just to go for a walk around the village. Pretty little place, the old village still has the village green and adjacent village hall. A couple of pubs, and we did a big loop around. Back for lunch and a quiet afternoon. Haven't had many if these relaxing days. Not often you see pumpkins in the UK, I'd never eaten them til I came to Aus, so think these must be for ...

Starting our journey phone

A travel blog entry by carolg49 on Oct 10, 2014

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... through Berwick on Tweed, which we've put on our list of places to visit. Very amusing train staff, think they must have to be comedians in order to get a job. Arrived in time in sheffield and Cath waiting for us. Back to Dore, where Richard has been home sick with a bad cold. Lovely fish pie for ...

Game Day

A travel blog entry by stacey.cherry.6 on Oct 05, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... match with Man U winning 2-1 which made Dean very happy. We spent some time looking around the stadium before making the trek home. The trip home was horrendous, stuck in traffic most of the time. It took over 5 hours to get home. To say I was happy to get out of the car is an understatement. All in all despite the traffic and the drama it was a good experience. Dean would say it was the highlight of the trip so ...

The building works outside and inside the house

A travel blog entry by southernson on Jan 03, 2014

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... carrots. The door took a bit longer than the doorway as marrying up the french and english door parts was tricky, to say the least. Then the biggest challenge yet, the back window, which would mean taking down a substantial part of a two foot thick stone wall held together by 100 year old mud and dried up lime mortar. In the end the wall turned out to be 100 years of dried mud, old grains of wheat and mice nests!

The inside lintels went in relatively easily with plenty of points ...

Some thoughts at the end of the year.

A travel blog entry by southernson on Dec 31, 2013

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... but weeds.

We are still settled here in Sheffield for the winter months partly for work reasons, partly for health reasons but mostly for Charlie Clover reasons. Yes our first grandchild was born last March and the next is due next April so Dr Ann and I are busy doing childcare in the Winter months.

So the next blog entries will be a remembrance of our adventure with some pictures if I can ...