Park Inn M6 Preston

Address: Reedfield Place, Bamber Bridge, Lancashire, England, PR5 8AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Reedfield Place, Bamber Bridge, is near Harris Museum and Art Gallery, British Commercial Vehicle Museum, Ribchester Roman Museum, and Fishergate.
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Travel Blogs from Bamber Bridge

Manchester

A travel blog entry by travelingjess on Mar 02, 2015

... on my leggings around the hostel. They keep my legs warm. People were not pleased. Apparently that's the worst thing one can do - wear Liverpool socks in Manchester, especially when they lose to Liverpool the night before. I saw the Manchester stadium, ... David Beckham. That's ...

Liverpool

A travel blog entry by travelingjess on Feb 28, 2015

... that. Like many cities, even close to home there are industrial cities that are struggling. We couldn't get a hostel, so it was a HOTEL for us! We can not get use to that! But a HOT shower.. A shower in our own bathroom! That exists here?? The beds so comfy, ...

Off I Go

A travel blog entry by johnnypanda on Nov 21, 2014

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... blog to keep you all abreast of what's cracking in Nam, because you weren't there man! So if you're even vaguely interested, you never know there might be one or two, then watch this space. I'll post whenever I feel like it (I'm not really doing this for you...). Peace! ...

Update on preparations

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Nov 14, 2014

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If I manage to plough my way through this lot, plus cycling through ten different countries of Africa (plus the additional countries ...

Being Horizontal is Boring.

A travel blog entry by jaq-wil on Apr 25, 2014

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I've discovered that there is nothing very exciting about being horizontal.

After having a great time in Gargrave and Malham I decided I was fit enough to continue our journey. We would either stop after 3 locks so I could recover, or if all went well we would carry on through a further 6 locks to East Marton. As luck would have it we set off together with a boat with a crew of ...