Premier Inn Hartlepool Marina

Maritime Avenue, Hartlepool, Durham, England, TS24 0XZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Maritime Avenue, Hartlepool, is near HMS Trincomalee, Hartlepool Quay, Museum of Hartlepool, and Seaton Carew Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Hartlepool

    Why Nothing Makes Me Happier

    A travel blog entry by emilyfrederick on Oct 09, 2014

    ... just as old in maturity. I am no longer compelled, because I now feel very much in control of this desire, this craving. I have taken responsibility for my need to travel, and I own it. This is no longer confusing to me, but empowering.

    Someone once said to me that people travel for one of three things: to run toward something, to run away from something, or to seek something. I think that is very true, and I have encountered people all ...

    Failed fossil hunting

    A travel blog entry by ryan.kaiser on Oct 01, 2014

    Today we went to Robin Hoods bay and walked along the beach looking for. Fossils but didn't find any. Then we went and had lunch , then went back to the beach to have another look. But we didn't find anything in that part of the bay either. We looked in rock pools and found hermit crabs. Then I built a sandcastle with Isabella, who is only 3. Then mum went to Sainsburys, which is a supermarket, whilst I finished nano virus on plague ...

    Grouse hunting

    A travel blog entry by ryan.kaiser on Sep 30, 2014

    Today we went on a 5 hour walk from where we are staying up onto the top of the moors. There were lots of grouse and we were hunting them with rocks, but we didn't get any, we just found feathers. There were lots of stone butts where the actual hunters hide when they are shooting the grouse.mum thought the view was better than the finest view in ...

    Ruined Abby

    A travel blog entry by ryan.kaiser on Sep 29, 2014

    Today we went on a picnic and we wen to a walk to what was meant to be the finest view in England but I didn't think it was the finest view in England. Then we went to Rievaulx Abbey and I walked around with an audio listening to stuff about the monks. It was made in 1132 so it is nearly 900 years old. It was big and when they were taking the windows out one of the leaders got crushed when a turret fell on ...

    SCOTS WHA HAE!

    A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Sep 28, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... Mary of Orange). Obviously Scots have a REALLY long memory because the oldest Pub in town has a sign at the door welcoming all visitors, unless their name is “Campbell”.

    Next big town on the way was Fort William. Have any of you read any of the Outlander books – Cross-stitch, Dragonfly in Amber? Well, Fort William was one of three Forts that were built after William III came to the English throne and defeated James II. It is also a ...