Penny Street Bridge

Penny Street, Lancaster, Lancashire, England, LA1 1XT, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lancaster

Potato potato potato

A travel blog entry by amandane


We arrived in one of the main streets of Dublin by bus, from Belfast. It was bustling with pedestrians, traffic, street performers, music and people collecting money for charities. We headed into Burger King to use the loo and, when we met again at the top of the stairs I ffelt thirsty so, I asked Dane for the green bag that we kept some food and …

Sunshine and fresh air!

A travel blog entry by sarah49


... very popular and not very big. Some busy planting on a limestone crag was mildly interesting but overall it didn't really live up to the write-up in the brochure in my humble opinion even if Alan Titchmarsh had featured it on his Love your Garden TV programme! Not a garden I will be in a hurry to return to, methinks.

Anyway, having soaked up the sights and the sun, we climbed back into the trusty red C3 and headed home to put up our feet and have a lazy Sunday ...

Part 9. Devon to Wales and then Yorkshire

A travel blog entry by gedowling


... You could see the grin on his face from our carriage and it never let up! Infectious? Yes! Another day Another Castle! This afternoon takes us to Powis Castle & Garden. Yet another National Trust property. A property of over 700 years of history. Provisions started life as a medieval fortress. Built for the Welsh Princes. It gradually changed into an impressive residence, lived in for many generations by the Herbert family. The property is barely altered since the early ...


A travel blog entry by rockdoctor


Took a 'steamer' to Lakeside and visited the Car Musuem. The Museum has some interesting cars, but nothing that cannot be seen elsewhere. The collection of motor cycles, however, is exceptional. Best feature of the museum is the Campbell display. Malcolm Campbell's Bluebird and K4 boat are on display as well as a rebuilt K7, which is the boat that Donald Campbell died in while trying to break the 300mph water speed record. Weather was ...

I Will Survive

A travel blog entry by travelindan


... night, but again, I still remained in my hammock. At least there was success in one area.

The rest of what remained of the night was peaceful, as I tried to remain as quiet as possible. God forbid I had to bust out my Goat Punch for real this time! I awoke at sunrise chipper and ready, content with my sleep success. The hellions were still napping, as I packed my hammock and 32 pairs of clothing I had shed during the night. As I was ready to head out through the ...

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This hotel, located on Penny Street, Lancaster, is near Lancaster Castle, Williamson Park, Williams Park, and Cottage Museum.
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